As one of its first community impact projects of 2021, Baylands Family Credit Union, based in West Point, is providing “Hope Hygiene Kits” for Haiti.
On April 7, in honor of National Volunteer Month, all staff at branches and in small department teams were working hard putting together simple hygiene kits.
Supplies for the kits were made possible by a contribution from project partner Heart Ministries based in West Point. The kits are being donated to Marnelle Fanfan Enterprise, a Chesterfield County charity that will distribute the kits to schools in Jacmel, Haiti.
“Baylands has always believed in giving back any way we can to make a positive impact on others in need, and this is another way to do just that,” said Teresa Mills, president and CEO of Baylands FCU. “Good hygiene is an important part of a young child’s health, wellness, and self-esteem and these kits will help children in Haiti who might not have access to essential supplies for everyday life.”
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