Director de Distrito Escolar de Moline-Coal Valley Lanty McGuire, Jennifer Naeve oficial principal de mercadotecnia de Ascentra Credit Union, directora de la escuela primaria Lincoln-Irving Blanca Leal y encargado de desarrollo de la comunidad Alvaro Macias están junto con estudiantes del primer grado de Lincoln-Irving durante la presentación del cheque. El distrito recibió $600 para sus escuelas de parte de la promoción de Ascentra de $50/$50.

Area schools receive unexpected donations from the member-owners of Ascentra Credit Union

While local schools see uncertainty with state budgets, Ascentra Credit Union has allowed its members to help our schools, many of which are experiencing financial hardships.  From June through December of last year, all qualifying new auto loan recipients who mentioned the promotion were given $50 to keep for themselves and another $50 to be donated to the school of their choice.   

The donations have been tallied up and our region’s school districts, colleges, and private schools recently received their surprise donation checks.  A total of $5,800 has been given out to schools throughout our region as part of the $50/$50 auto promotion from Ascentra.

“This is the second time we have directly tied a promotion into giving back to area schools,” President and CEO Dale Owen said.  “It is a great opportunity to get our members involved in our efforts to support education in our region.”

Recently, Ascentra presented the Davenport Community School District with $1,250, the Muscatine Community School District received $950, and the Moline-Coal Valley School District was awarded with $600. Schools from Bettendorf, Clinton, East Moline and many others throughout our region also received these unexpected donations.

 

Dawn Saul, Communications/Media Relations for Davenport Community Schools, Jennifer Naeve, Chief Marketing Officer at Ascentra Credit Union and Dr. Art Tate, Davenport Community Schools Superintendent are pictures with a $1,250 check the school district earned as part of Ascentra’s $50/$50 promotion which allowed Ascentra members to earn $50 and donate $50 to the school of their choice when getting an auto loan or refinancing their vehicle
Dawn Saul, Communications/Media Relations for Davenport Community Schools, Jennifer Naeve, Chief Marketing Officer at Ascentra Credit Union and Dr. Art Tate, Davenport Community Schools Superintendent are pictures with a $1,250 check the school district earned as part of Ascentra’s $50/$50 promotion which allowed Ascentra members to earn $50 and donate $50 to the school of their choice when getting an auto loan or refinancing their vehicle
Erica Fisher, Ascentra Senior Account Representative, Dr. Jerry Riibe, Superintendent of the Muscatine Community School District, and Lorena Medina, Ascentra Muscatine Branch Manager, share a smile as the school district is presented $950 from Ascentra’s $50/$50 promotion.
Erica Fisher, Ascentra Senior Account Representative, Dr. Jerry Riibe, Superintendent of the Muscatine Community School District, and Lorena Medina, Ascentra Muscatine Branch Manager, share a smile as the school district is presented $950 from Ascentra’s $50/$50 promotion.

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