We care. At Allegacy, that sentiment is so much more than words.
It’s why we volunteer and raise funds for the United Way, a non-profit organization that seeks to address our community’s needs for education, financial stability and health. It’s why we offer our time to organizations like Angel Tree, which gives holiday gifts to children whose families are struggling to make ends meet. It’s why our employees participate in making “passion pieces” that express in their own words what serving our members means to them, personally.
Explore the stories below to learn why caring is so important to us, and how we translate that feeling into action.
We created this peaceful place to go to honor those whose lives have been touched by breast or ovarian cancers
Allegacy is a proud co-sponsor of Komen Race for the Cure, participating through corporate sponsorship and also joining the race with our employees.
Every year, golfers gather to enjoy 18 holes of championship golf – while raising funds and awareness to prevent breast and ovarian cancers.
This project provides holiday gifts to children who might otherwise not have any. We participate as a donation spot, collecting wishlist gifts for children in struggling families.
Find out how we collaborate with the tech firm Inmar and the community tech nonprofit WinstonNet to help community members get their devices running faster, virus-free.
We admire the relationship Hospice builds with those they serve and began supporting this worthy cause after losing someone very special to cancer.
Our headquarters is also a home for the arts: it contains the W.K. “Ike” Keener, Jr. Art Gallery, which displays work from local artists and non-profit galleries across our region.
It’s the credit union motto. At Allegacy, we continually look for ways to support the health of our community and meet its pressing needs. Learn what “caring” means to us here.
The ability to get an education can mean the world.We’re here to help. We offer scholarship programs to make a difference in the lives of students.