In The Community

Furry Friends  

Cornerstone Contributes to
Furry Friends Network

Cornerstone chose the Furry Friends Network because they are
 a local non-profit, all volunteer animal adoption organization.

Pictured (L to R) are CFCU Marketing Assistant Lauren Kell, Charlene Lentvorsky
Director of Marketing/Business Development at CFCU, and Robin Sherer
from the Furry Friends Network.

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Hope Station  

Cornerstone Supports Hope Station’s
Black History Festival

Employees participated in  a Jeans Day with proceeds being
donated to Hope Station for their Black History Festival.

Pictured (L to R) are Hope Station Council Member Kitzi Chappell, 
Kristina Kucker, CFCU employee, and Safronia Perry.

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IMG_0741 Cookie Decorating

After telling Santa what they wanted for Christmas, the children decorated gingerbread cookies.

Project Share

Project SHARE Benefits
from Cornerstone Donation

As the need for food and monetary donations has reached a crisis point for local food banks, Cornerstone employees took action to help feed the hungry in the Carlisle area. A check in the amount of $250 was presented to Project SHARE to help purchase turkeys and other items needed for Thanksgiving meals.

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Big Spring Food Bank

Cornerstone Donates to
Big Spring Food Bank

As part of its annual recognition of International Credit Union Day in October, Cornerstone employees raised funds for the Big Spring Food Bank. A check in the amount of $250 was presented to the food bank to help feed those in need in the Newville area.

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Veterans Day

CFCU Honors Military 

Cornerstone FCU celebrated Veteran’s Day by honoring and remembering those who served and are currently serving in all branches of the military. Each branch was decorated with patriotic items and the tellers handed out flag lapel pins and candy to members.

Community Aid

Community Aid Sponsor

Cornerstone FCU is proud to have a Community Aid bin at our Eastgate Drive office. Cornerstone receives money from Community Aid in return for the clothing dropoff. The funds earned are donated to a local charity at the end of each year. Our first donation will be made in December.

Adopt A Highway

Keeping Our Roads Beautiful

Fifteen years and counting – that’s how long it’s been since Cornerstone adopted a two-mile stretch of Walnut Bottom Road in South Middleton Township. Staff and members volunteer several times throughout the spring and fall to beautify the area.