On May 24, 2023

Four nonprofits receive grants 

 

Four local nonprofit organizations received $5,000 grants from Heritage Family Cares 4 You’s (HFCares4U).

The 2023 recipients were Community Cupboard, Vermont Farmers’ Food Center, Vermont Achievement Center and Northshire Day School.  

People who donate at least $15 annually to HFCares4U become “Friends of the Foundation.” Friends have the opportunity to vote for the organizations which receive grants through our “Friends 4 The Community” giving initiative. The 2023 recipients are: Northshire Day School, Rutland Community Cupboard, Vermont Achievement Center (VAC) and Vermont Farmer’s Food Center.

 “We would like to congratulate these wonderful non-profits and thank them for all they do,” said Mark Grossarth, managing director of HFcares4U. “These organizations work tirelessly to make our communities a better place.”

Heritage Family Cares 4 You (HFCares4U) was created by Heritage Family Credit Union leadership who were seeking a meaningful way to give something back to the communities that provided much to the credit union over the years. For more information, give HFCare4U a call at 888-252-8932 today, or visit hfcares4u.com.

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