Donation Will Replace Farm Equipment Needed to Support Children's Home

February 27, 2019   Colorado Springs, CO


Cutline: (L to R) Derrick Aguilar, senior vice president of member service – Mountain Region for Security Service Federal Credit Union, Roy Rush, Farm Manager for Mountain States Children’s Home, Cristi Millican, vice president of member service – Mountain Region for Security Service Federal Credit Union, and Walter Williams, director of capital advancement for Mountain States Children’s Home.

SECURITY SERVICE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION DONATES $2,500
TO MOUNTAIN STATES CHILDREN'S HOME

Funds will replace farm equipment needed to support the home

 

(COLORADO SPRING, CO – February 26, 2019) –– The Security Service Charitable Foundation has presented Mountain States Children’s Home with a $2,500 donation. Those funds will provide for the replacement of farm equipment used to harvest hay.  Located on a 155-acre working farm, the children’s home depends upon the harvest to fund the operations of the home.

 

“Aside from providing for their emotional and housing needs of the children in our care, we want to provide our youth with the opportunity to learn new skills and the value of working with land to produce what we need,” said Randy Schow, executive director for Mountain States Children’s Home. “The new tractor parts purchased through the Security Service Charitable Foundation donation will help us do just that.”

 

“At Security Service Federal Credit Union, we believe lives can be shaped greatly by having the tools to succeed,” said Derrick Aguilar, senior vice president of member service – Mountain Region for Security Service Federal Credit Union. “Mountain States Children’s Home unwavering commitment to children in need is an example of the good things that can happen when we come together as a community to care for one another.”

 

The Security Service Charitable Foundation helps further Security Service Federal Credit Union’s corporate goal of community service by contributing to deserving organizations and causes in the credit union's market areas.