TTCU The Credit Union Presents $52,000 Donation to Tulsa Tech

TTCU The Credit Union Presents $52,000 Donation to Tulsa Tech

GREAT GIFT: Dr. Steve Tiger, Tulsa Tech superintendent and CEO, accepts a donation from Shelby Beil, TTCU chief financial officer. The donation was the culmination of the credit union’s SOS – Support Our Schools challenge campaign and School Pride program.

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The Credit Union recently presented a $52,000 donation to Tulsa Tech. The gift was the culmination of TTCU’s – Support Our Schools challenge campaign and School Pride program.

initiated the – Support Our Schools campaign to help area schools cope with state funding shortfalls. donated $1 million to area schools, and urged other businesses, organizations and communities to join them to raise matching funds.

The School Pride program allows members to choose among more than 50 school card designs as the debit card for their checking account. Along with showing school spirit for area schools, each time the card is swiped to make a purchase, makes a donation to the school featured on the card. Since inception, the program has donated more than a half million dollars to schools.

“TTCU has been serving schools for more than 80 years. We were concerned about how the education funding crisis was impacting schools, and we wanted to do something about it,” says Tim Lyons, and president of . “We’re grateful to be able help.”

About The Credit Union
is the largest state-chartered credit union in Oklahoma with sixteen branches; five in Tulsa, two in Broken Arrow and Tahlequah, one each in Bixby, Jenks, Claremore, Miami, Muskogee, Owasso and Sapulpa. Established in 1934, The Credit Union, is a $1.6 billion credit union serving more than 120,000 members who are educationally affiliated, including students and their families as well as hundreds of Select Employee Groups in NE Oklahoma with a full complement of depository, lending and financial advisory services. is federally insured by the .

Updated 08-29-2016

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