PrimeSource Credit Union is committed to supporting various local charities. Throughout the year, our Community Committee and staff participate in several fundraising and volunteer opportunities. Volunteering is a rewarding experience and we are proud to help and support the needs of our community.
Second Harvest of the Inland Northwest
PrimeSource actively supports Second Harvest of the Inland Northwest. Throughout the year PSCU volunteers participate in fundraising, food drives and food sorting/packaging events. It’s great to know that our efforts help in providing food to people in our community.
PrimeSource CU & our membership help the Salvation Army in a variety of ways throughout the year. A couple of events include, the Salvation Army Backpack Drive, benefiting local kids, and the Adopt A Family program, helping underprivileged or at risk families.
Credit Unions for Kids
Credit Unions for Kids is a nationwide program that has generated more than $70 million for children’s hospitals. 100% of the funds raised here remain in the community for our local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital – Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital.
Spokane Guild’s School
Spokane Guild’s School Foundation nurtures the full potential of families and their children with disabilities from birth to age three. The Guilds’ School Annual Penny Drive is a popular event that dynamically supports the Foundation and PrimeSource has joined in to help.
Shriner’s Hospital for Children Spokane
The Spokane Shriners Hospital treats conditions ranging from serious orthopedic conditions requiring multiple surgeries, to fractures or sports injuries easily corrected through same-day surgery. In addition, we provide physical rehabilitation, radiology and laboratory services, and casting. All care and services are provided regardless of the families’ ability to pay. Shriner’s Spokane is the recipient of fundraising efforts from our annual Member Appreciation BBQ.
Meals on Wheels Spokane & Greater Spokane County
Even the most independent among us, if fortunate to live long enough, may experience a decline in mobility or health that can strip away our independence and diminish the quality of our lives. Great advances in medicine have extended our average life expectancy to a record high of 78.7 years. Living longer means more years spent in the struggles that accompany old age. Add to that the increase in geographic mobility of our families and the result is millions of seniors left behind, hungry and alone. PSCU participates in the March for Meals, Cinn-A-Gram deliveries, and various other ways throughout the year.