Wentzville, MO (February 26, 2020) – 1st Financial Federal Credit Union’s employees recently volunteered with Connections to Success of St. Charles.
As part of their commitment to the community and as an employee benefit, 1st Financial offers its employees 8 paid hours of volunteer time each month to serve hands-on in the community.
Connections to Success is a local nonprofit providing services and support to people who are transitioning from poverty, incarceration, and domestic violence to re-enter the workforce to become financially independent.
1st Financial employees served Connections by organizing clothing donations in their Dress for Success department.
Trina Simms, a 1st Financial employee who spent the day volunteering at Connections to Success said, “I love volunteering for Connections to Success. I was given the pleasure of dressing someone for a job interview. It felt good knowing I was able to be a part of that journey with them and helped give them the confidence they needed to achieve their own success.”
1st Financial employees also participated in mock interviews with the graduates of the Connections to Success workforce readiness program. This allowed them the opportunity to connect with the graduates and help them get ready for the next phase in their lives through tips and guidance on how to be best prepared for a job interview.
For more information about 1st Financial Federal Credit Union and the credit union difference, visit www.thebetterwaytobank.org.
About 1st Financial Federal Credit Union
Established in 1968, 1st Financial Federal Credit Union is full-service financial cooperative whose mission is to improve the financial well-being of its members. Membership is available to anyone who lives, works, or worships within St. Charles county, St. Louis county, or the City of St. Louis. For more information about 1st Financial Federal Credit Union, visit www.thebetterwaytobank.org.
About Connections to Success
Connections to Success is a local organization which provides services and support to break the cycle of poverty. The organization serves to empower people that are transitioning from poverty, incarceration, and domestic violence to economic independence. For more information about Connections to Success, visit https://connectionstosuccess.org/.