It makes the most impact to show ‘people helping people’

As part of its strong culture of giving back and focusing on employees, the LSCU has designated Volunteer Time Off, offering an eight-hour VTO day once per quarter to allow employees to serve their communities. This is in addition to many service projects we contribute to as teams. Here are a few examples of what we do:

LSCU Gives Back

Packing at Community Food Bank.
Community Food Bank
Working at the Community Food Bank.
LSCU at the Community Food Bank
One employee contributes time to The Red Barn
Red Barn Spring Volunteers
Best Friends Dog Rescue
The LSCU’s Brooke Collins has served as leader of Girl Scout Troop 450 for 14 years.
Korie Mitchell has been volunteering for six years for the Hugh O’ Brien Youth Leadership Seminar for North Florida, which teaches leadership through a variety of activities, keynotes, and so much more! Each year, 12,000+ students get to experience HOBY and most of them have to pay little to nothing at all to attend.
LSCU staff turned up to support Jordan Burroughs, chair of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, at a recent kick-off event. The walk takes place this fall.


Credit unions have always had at their hearts a desire to better the people and areas they serve, whether through financial education, working with them on their needs, or giving back to the community. We’re taking a look at some of the highlights from Alabama and Florida credit unions at work outside their traditional job roles.

Credit Unions in the Community

USF gives to help the community it serves.
Alex Lawley of Alabama One is recognized for volunteer work.