Prince George’s Community Raises over $2,000 to Help Food Banks

Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union in partnership with the Capital Area Food Bank conducted a virtual food drive to aid local food pantries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

With the generous support of members, staff, and board directors, the credit union raised $2,160 that will go to feed families throughout the region and Prince George’s county. The Capital Area Food Bank, the largest nonprofit organization in the Washington metro area, feeds over 400,000 people each year through a number of programs.

As the ongoing demand for pandemic resources continues to rise, the credit union remains committed to helping the community through a number of efforts and programs. Along with the virtual food drive, the credit union provides loan deferrals for Members, Pandemic Relief loans and free financial counseling. They encourage the Members and the public to contact them to learn about saving and refinancing options to build reserves and lower debt.

“Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union was founded on the basis of helping people. These times are no different. We’re here to serve our members and those in need and we will get through this together.” stated Robert Schroeder, President /CEO.