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TopLine Federal Credit Union Raises Funds, Food During Minnesota FoodShare Month

May 08, 2016 09:47PM ● By Wendy Erlien

(Photo provided by TopLine Federal Credit Union)

TopLine Federal Credit Union's 102 employees and many members donated nearly 550 pounds of food and more than $1,100 in cash to help restock the food shelves at Community Emergency Assistance Programs (CEAP) and Keystone Community Services.

Each year during the month of March, CEAP and Keystone participate in the statewide food and fund drive to restock pantry shelves. For donors’ efforts, a portion of every dollar and pound of food raised was matched by Minnesota FoodShare.

“The need for food assistance continues to grow and TopLine employees and members once again demonstrated their support to help ensure that their neighbors in need do not go hungry,” TopLine Federal Credit Union President and CEO Tom Smith said. “Every contribution helps as food shelves are still seeing a rise in families needing food shelf services, and our employees and members continue to eagerly help serve our community.”

TopLine Federal Credit Union has several locations throughout Minnesota, including Maple Grove, Plymouth, and Brooklyn Park.

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