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Golden 1 takes applications for community grants

365体育投注SACRAMENTO — Golden 1 Credit Union has opened the application period for its Community Grant Program. Selected nonprofits that promote literacy or serve transition-aged foster youth will each receive up to $50,000.

Since its inception in 2014, the Golden 1 Community Grant Program has partnered with 64 nonprofits in the Sacramento and Fresno regions, providing more than $3.2 million to support youth literacy and foster youth as they transition to adulthood. Past recipients have utilized funds for literacy mentorship programs, after-school activities, and employee training.

“Since Day 1, Golden 1 Credit Union has maintained an unwavering commitment to giving back to the communities we serve,” said Erica Taylor, vice president of communications and community relations. “Through the Golden 1 Community Grant Program, we can connect with and support organizations that address the needs of children and young adults in Sacramento and the Central Valley and help them develop the skills they need to thrive.”

Grant applications and guidelines are available at .

The application period for proposals closes March 12, 2020. Golden 1 will notify all applicants about the results in June 2020.

365体育投注With more than $13 billion in assets, Golden 1 Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in the United States and proudly serves all those who live or work in California. Golden 1 Credit Union delivers financial solutions with value, convenience, and exceptional service to our members.

Golden 1 is 1 million members strong and has 1,800 employees. Visit for more information.

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