Credit union donates 2,700 pairs of shoes to Utah students
Dec 7, 2022, 6:00 AM | Updated: 2:32 pm
(Photo credit: America First Credit Union)
SALT LAKE CITY — At over 30 Utah schools and organizations, America First Credit Union is donating new shoes to students in need.
In a press release, the credit union said it plans to give more than 2,700 students athletic shoes and new socks.
This holiday season AFCU aims to give back 1,000 hours of service to the community as part of their Warm the Soles of Kids program.
During the past 28 years, the credit union has donated more than 67,500 pairs of new gym shoes and socks to Utah and Nevada children in need.
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