5/27/2020 | Team United
Benton Harbor, Michigan –United Federal Credit Union donated $2,500 to the LOGAN Center as a result of its “Color for a Cause” contest. For each coloring page entered, United donated $1 to Logan Center and contributed additional funds for the total amount. The coloring pages provided the community with a fun and interactive activity for families to support a worthy cause while social distancing.
“United lives by the ‘people helping people’ philosophy and we are proud to partner with organizations who also live this mission,” said Jodie Kitchell, United’s Regional Market Development Manager. “Color for a Cause has been a great way for the community to come together to support the LOGAN Center.”
As part of the contest, United also awarded a $500 Youth Savings Deposit to one of the children who submitted a coloring sheet, 9-year-old Abigail Pickut of Plymouth, Indiana.
“In these unprecedented times, a non-profit organization is only as strong as it’s community. We are truly grateful for the continued generousity of United Federal Credit Union,” said Kristin Wier, Clinical Site Director of LOGAN’s Autism Learning Center–Southwest Michigan. “This donation takes on additional meaning given the unimaginable circumstances through which we are all working.”
The LOGAN Center supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. Their services help to allow children and adults to transition to greater independence and success in communication, daily living skills, pre-academic skills, behavior, and social interaction.
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The LOGAN Center supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Indiana and Michigan so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. Its services allow children to transition from special needs classrooms to mainstream general education classrooms. For more information visit www.logancenter.org
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