City of Boston Credit Union (CBCU) presented the Boston Police Department with the third installment of a $250,000 grant over five years that allows the BPD to provide services and programs necessary for improved health and wellness of officers.
The 2019 initiative continues to be supported through funding from the Credit Union and Runners Club that will allow the BPD to provide services and programs necessary for improved health and safety of officers.
“We’re proud to continue to support this initiative that provides comprehensive support to BPD members,” said Neil Gordon, President & CEO of the City of Boston Credit Union. “This initiative has seen life-saving results and continues to create a safer, healthy environment for the men and women of the department who are committed to serving our community every day.”
In addition to the $250,000 grant, the City of Boston Credit Union continues to support the Boston Police Department through Financial Education and Literacy programs with newly appointed cadets.
Physical and mental health along with financial security are key to keeping our first responders safe on the job,” said CBCU Chairman of the Board Gregory Rooney. “ As a member-driven institution, we are proud to continue to support our members and first responders toward leading fulfilling and rewarding lives.”
About the City of Boston Credit Union
Since 1915, the City of Boston Credit Union has provided its members with personal, convenient and value-priced financial services that support them through all of life’s milestones. Big enough to serve all your needs, and small enough to know what they are, the City of Boston Credit Union fosters a culture where relationships matter. As a credit union, we are owned by and accountable to our members, who each have an equal vote in our direction, regardless of the size of their accounts. We believe we have a responsibility to support the health and wealth of our members and their communities. Since 2018 CBCU donated over $1.8 Million to hundreds of local organizations. For more information, visit CityofBostonCU.com.