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United Partners with The Storehouse to Provide Gifts for 97 Children this Holiday Season

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. – United Federal Credit Union (United) employees once again partnered with The Storehouse to purchase gifts for 97 children in Henderson County, North Carolina, as part of The Storehouse’s Blessings in Boxes community initiative.

Team United gathers to help at annual Blessings in Boxes eventTeam United gathers to help at annual Blessings in Boxes event

The Storehouse is a non-profit organization based in Hendersonville. It provides food and hygiene products to people with limited financial resources and, often, limited life skills. Its annual Blessings in Boxes program provides clothing and toys to children as well as coats, hats, gloves and blankets to anyone in need during the holiday season.

Gifts ready to be disturbed for Blessings in BoxesGifts ready to be disturbed for Blessings in Boxes

In its fifth year of working with The Storehouse for Blessings in Boxes, United donated more than $10,000 to help purchase gifts and support volunteers. Overall, the program was able to serve more than 731 families, including 2,027 children.

“Our team here in North Carolina looks forward to being part of this event every holiday season,” said David Crow, Business Development Manager. “It is important to give back to our communities every day of the year, but especially during the holidays. Our partnership with The Storehouse inspires all of us and we are proud to be able to support this important program every year.” 

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