Credit Union gives Reinhardt $500 for its A DAY program
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September 16, 2012 01:14 AM | 1761 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
WALESKA — The Credit Union of Georgia donated $500 to Reinhardt University’s 2012-13 A DAY program. As a traditional donor to A DAY, the Credit Union’s support comes from honoring its mission of “Our Mission is You.”

“Credit Union of Georgia continually seeks opportunities to support education in our community,” said Rebecca Cooper, CUGA business development director. “Through the A Day program we are providing assistance to deserving local students in Cherokee County. These bright and talented students will strengthen their ties here in Cherokee County while they receive a quality education at Reinhardt University, which will ultimately be beneficial to the community we serve.”

Cooper presented the donation to Reinhardt President Dr. J. Thomas Isherwood during a recent A DAY volunteer breakfast.

Created in 1988, the A DAY for Reinhardt campaign is an annual effort to provide support for Cherokee County students attending Reinhardt University. A DAY helps to fund the University’s Cherokee County Grant Program.

The grant gives eligible students the opportunity to receive as much as $8,000 during their four years at the University. Since A DAY’s inception, more than $3 million in Cherokee County grants have been awarded to local deserving students.

For information about A DAY or to volunteer, visit www.reinhardt.edu/advancement, www.facebook.com/adayforreinhardt or contact Barbara Manous, director of annual giving, at (770) 720-5506.
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