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Securityplus FCU Commits to Employee Financial Health with $500 Financial Health Deposit

Securityplus Federal Credit Union recently announced that all employees received a $500 Financial Health Deposit in their last pay of 2023. As an advocate for financial empowerment, Securityplus is living its purpose with this unique initiative as part of the credit union’s ongoing commitment to enhance the financial health and overall well-being of its employees, members, and the communities it serves.

Tricia Szurgot, Chief Executive Officer of Securityplus, expressed her gratitude for the dedicated efforts of the Securityplus workforce in achieving major organizational milestones and shaping the future of the credit union. “Our ability to succeed as a catalyst for positive change starts with our amazing employees. And as a not-for-profit financial institution whose purpose is to help others, we recognize the importance of supporting our valued employees in achieving financial security and peace of mind,” she stated.

The Financial Health Deposit aims to empower and enable employees in their individual financial journeys by providing a positive start to 2024. This initiative reflects Securityplus Federal Credit Union’s belief that the well-being and financial security of its employees is integral to its mission of providing financial health education, economic opportunities, and inclusive banking services to the communities it serves. “We know that financial health is a critical component to overall happiness and an individual’s ability to thrive. By supporting our employees in ways that matter both professionally and personally, we’re creating a culture of empowerment and sense of community where everyone can be their best. We’re so proud of our amazing team and this is just one small way we’re recognizing their efforts and demonstrating our strategic commitment to financial health,” added Szurgot. 

As Securityplus Federal Credit Union plans for accelerated growth and impact in 2024, their commitment to enhancing access to financial health resources, education, and opportunities remains a top priority. The credit union will continue investing in professional development and certifications for all employees to empower and enable its workforce to amplify positive impact and fulfill its long-term strategic commitment to financial health for its membership and the communities it serves. Szurgot further stated, “As we continue to put our members and the communities we serve at the center of all we do, ensuring access to financial health education, economic opportunities, and inclusive banking for all is our top priority.”

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