HCCU seeking votes to win $25,000 for CHOG



Health Center Credit Union is proud to be taking part in the “Share the Love” campaign through “Love My Credit Union Rewards,” but they need your help to potentially win $25,000 for the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.

“Share the Love” is a campaign designed to highlight the work of credit unions giving back to their communities. Between now and Dec. 24, the nine credit unions (one chosen per month) with the most video votes will be awarded a $10,000 donation to give to a charity of their choice. In December, the grand prize winner will also receive an extra $15,000, also for the charity of the winner’s choice.

Your assistance is crucial to helping HCCU achieve its goal of winning that grand prize for CHOG.

The best part is, all you have to do is click.

Voting is open daily between now and Dec.24. Participants are encouraged to vote every day. In addition to helping your credit union, every vote also enters you into a sweepstakes to win one of 150 $100 gift cards (50 awarded each month).

Interested? Click here to register to vote.

Once you’ve received your voter code, click here to vote for HCCU’s video.

Voting is open to the public, so feel free to share this post with your family and friends via Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. The entire voting process takes less than a minute, but every contribution helps.

Currently, HCCU’s video is in the top ten, but they’re working hard to reach that top spot.

It hardly needs to be said what a difference $25,000 could make in the lives of children treated at CHOG. But to make that difference, you have to be sure to vote.

On behalf of the entire HCCU team, thank you for your participation. We couldn’t do this without your continued support.

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