Jan 1, 2019
Ten years ago, Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union’s (MHV) Jeans for Charity initiative was launched. Managed by employees, the program allows staff to “dress down” and wear jeans on Friday. The jeans pass costs a small fee, and the funds raised go to various charities throughout the year.

Today, the program continues, and we are thrilled to announce that in 2018, our Jeans for Charity program raised $12,471 for local charities.

The funds were donated to several organizations, including:
  • Ramapo for Children
  • Family of Woodstock
  • Relay for Life
  • People’s Place
  • Pets Alive

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