San Jose, CA (April 17, 2007)—Technology Credit Union (Tech CU) has partnered with the Vanished Children Alliance (VCA), a national nonprofit that assists in the location and recovery of missing or abducted children, to help disseminate information to its members and employees about missing children in the Bay Area.
Tech CU is committed to being a social leader in the Bay Area. Through its community relations program, the credit union helps to raise awareness among its employees, members, and the community for local nonprofits and community outreach organizations. Throughout the year, Tech CU will sponsor several community service events that support financial education along with children, youth, and family services in the Bay Area. To find out more about these events and how individuals can participate, go to Tech CU’s community page at www.techcu.com/resources/community.
Technology Credit Union is a full-service, member-owned financial institution serving technology and business professionals in California and their families, as well as individuals who work, live, go to school, or regularly worship in Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Cruz, San Mateo and San Francisco counties. Tech CU began in 1960 and is now among the top 1 percent of the nation’s largest credit unions. With more than $1.2 billion in assets and nine full-service branches around the Bay Area, Tech CU is a leader in the credit union industry.
The Vanished Children’s Alliance was formed in 1980 to address the growing need for victims’ parents to obtain credible, effective, and compassionate assistance in the location and recovery of their missing or abducted child. VCA, a national 501(c)(3) non-profit, is the country’s oldest and most experienced missing children’s organization, providing nationwide and overseas assistance to families within all categories of missing children: non-family (stranger) abductions, family abductions, and runaways. VCA has assisted in the location, recovery, reunification, and reintegration of more than 32,000 cases of missing and abducted children since its incorporation in 1981.
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