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Bloodworks NW has been on site at Valley Credit Union to collect blood for those in need.
Watch our reader board for future drawings!.
Valley once again sponsored the 2019 Salem Health Wellness Tournament to raise funds for the Salem Health Foundation.
Valley also sponsored a "Heart" hole to raise additional funds for the wonderful work the Salem Health Foundation does to support the hospital and our community!
Valley is honored to support Liberty House's 2021 Cherish the Children Mega Raffle. This event will support the mission and work of Liberty House's front-line staff who provide love and support to vulnerable children in our community.
In-person play at the museum has been paused, but children continuing to learn through creative play is no less important. Schooling looks different for all families in our community this Autumn and Gilbert House Children’s Museum is committed to being a support and resource for parents. With your help, Gilbert House Children’s Museum can provide fun project ideas, online learning activities, and resources for young children to continue learning this Autumn. Help us provide hands-on learning for children as we facilitate families Bringing Gilbert House Home.
Valley was happy to support Gilbert House in their efforts to complete "Bill's Bubble Factory and Inventor's Yard. This new addition will lay a foundation of curiosity for math and science for our youngest community members!
Valley's team had a great time participating in the "Hits and Giggles" golf tournament raising money to support Mid Valley Literacy Center in their work to support specie members of our community.
March for Babies 2021 was a virtual event and Valley was happy to support the March of Dimes for their continued efforts to help premature and at risk babies.
Valley was pleased to participate in this annual event and help welcome new providers to our community.
Covid 19 doesn't stop supporters of American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and Valley was there as always with their contribution. Funds raised support cancer patients and their families in their search for advanced treatment and, hopefully one day, a cure for this disease.
Valley's team enjoyed a beautiful day of sunshine, fun and dogs to help raise funds for shelter pets!
Valley is proud to support Mid-Valley Literacy Center and it's volunteers, some of whom are current Valley Credit Union members. Mid-Valley Literacy Center's 7th Annual Spotlight on Literacy Award and Benefit Virtual Event was held to support the Literacy Center's efforts to empower adults with literacy skills needed to increase economic stability and overall quality of life.
Discover Pink 2019 sponsored by Valley once again. Valley was a "Pretty in Pink" sponsor for the 2019 event and also paid for underserved members in our community to receive mammograms.
In lieu of in person events, Valley has become a Prevention Patron for Family Building Blocks to help keep children safe and families together.
Valley is happy to support Salem March for Babies which makes healthy moms and strong babies a priority of all of us in our community.
Mid Valley Literacy celebrated Susan Castillo, Oregon's first Latina legislator and the 2019 Literacy Trailblazer Award recipient along with recognition awards for staff, students, and volunteers. The evening included a wonderful dinner, a live auction and a raffle drawing to raise funds to support the work of this wonderful organization.
Family Building Blocks hosted this free picnic to thank Dream Builders and the volunteers for their commitment of keeping children safe and families together.
Valley sponsors Relay for Life each year because we support the American Cancer Society's efforts to research for effective treatment and, hopefully one day, find a cure for this disease that has taken too many. This year's Relay has already raised $80,933.40 towards cancer research, rides, lodging and other services!
Valley partnered with Shangri-La's Drive-Thru Egg Hunt this year to raise money to meet the needs of people with disabilities of all ages.
Valley employees delivered Christmas gift bags to 23 residents of Providence Benedictine Nursing Home in Mt Angel to share in the spirit of Christmas!
Valley celebrated loan officer Terri Lucas as she retired after 20 years of service. Staff and members alike will miss Terri and her wonderful service and expertise. Best wishes Terri for a very happy and fulfilling retirement!
The community gathered to hear a touching testimony from a young lady who received support from Family Building Blocks several years ago and is now thriving as a very successful high school student. All present were inspired to support Family Building Blocks in their work to "Keep children safe and families together."
Valley had a wonderful time sharing the Christmas spirit by distributing gifts to staff and 46 individual residents at Sherwood Park Nursing and Care Center in Keizer. The residents really enjoyed the young children and pets that Valley staff brought to the event as well. Santa Claus also made an appearance, courtesy of the Keizer Fire Department.
Valley sponsored the 2019 Garten Community Jobs Luncheon which provides a free delicious meal and celebrates the Willamette Valley businesses and organizations that provide jobs to people with valuable abilities.
Valley and Garten Services joined forces to provide community members an opportunity to shred unwanted paperwork and discard of no longer needed electronic equipment for recycling.
Community members were very pleased to have an opportunity to shred sensitive paperwork and discard electronic equipment for potential recycling with our business partner, Garten Services. Thank you Garten for helping us provide this valuable service to our members and our community.
Valley supports the Boys & Girls Club work to help kids in our community thrive by contributing at their annual luncheon.
At the Boys & Girls Club, thousands of local kids have found a place to not just explore their future goals, but achieve them. Valley is supportive of every effort to help kids become all they can be!
Two of our youngest members tied for votes in their age group in Valley's recent coloring contest celebrating Credit Union for Youth Month's Science of Savings in April. Samantha (age 3) and Paige (age 5).will share the winnings in their age group. Winner in the 6-10 age group was Ella Clark and Essay contest winner was Ruthie Fields.Congratulations to our winners, Valley deposited prize money into each youth's share account! Congratulations also go to Amy Fry, Valley employee who won the employee coloring contest.
March for Babies raises money to expand programs and educate professionals to make sure moms and babies get the best possible care. Valley's team raised money and walked 5.5 miles through downtown Salem to show our support.
Valley was proud to sponsor member Noemi O. and her Relay for Life team, "Smiles for the Cure." All proceeds for Relay go to the American Cancer Society for research, diagnosis, treatment, and hopefully one day, a cure for cancer.
Valley representatives attended the 2017 “Champions for Children” luncheon hosted by Liberty House in Salem.
Liberty House provides assessment, counseling and support for children and families facing concerns of child abuse, neglect, trauma or grief. All services are provided in a neutral and sensitive manner to ensure the objectivity and the well-being of the child. Valley is honored to support the work of this wonderful organization.
Celebrating Garten Services success at supporting people with disabilities in their effort to contribute to the community.
Valley staff and board members were thrilled to participate in this annual event and hear wonderful testimonies of how our donations provide first jobs for youth-so inspiring!
Valley staff loves volunteering with our wonderful community providers!
Valley staff takes great pride in volunteering in various roles throughout our community and Salem Health is definitely a wonderful place to invest our time and energy. Salem Health and Valley share very similar values and goals to provide the very best to our community that we serve!
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