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Robins Financial Credit Union presents Check to Southeastern Technical College Foundation

Robins Financial Credit Union recently contributed $410,000 to 21 organizations as part of their annual Community Project. Organizations submitted their applications and recipients were chosen by a special Robins Financial Board of Directors Committee based on their application and request for funding, as well as their reputation and the work they do for the community.


Robins Financial is committed to the communities they serve and the Community Project demonstrates the ongoing support to improve these communities. The Community Project provides financial support to nonprofit organizations whose purpose is to help families and improve the physical and financial well-being of the community.


The Community Project started in 2015 and over the years, Robins Financial has donated over $1.4 million through this program. Applications are open each year from March 1st through the end of April and information can be found on Robins Financial’s website.


“We are proud to give back to our community through supporting these deserving organizations that make such a positive contribution,” said Christina O’Brien, President and CEO of Robins Financial Credit Union. “Our annual Community Project is one of the most impactful ways we live out our credit union mission to be member focused, financial partners and community proud.”

2022 Community Project recipient in Emanuel County:  Southeastern Technical College Foundation

Robins Financial Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with twenty-two branches in central Georgia. Robins Financial currently provides financial services to over 247,000 members, with assets exceeding $4 billion.

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