Harrisburg, PA (March 4, 2020) – Today, Pennsylvania’s anytime, anywhere digital credit union, PSECU, made public its annual community impact summary – 2019 Year In Review. Available online, the piece summarizes the efforts of the state’s largest credit union to support the well-being of its more than 450,000 members and the communities it serves throughout the last calendar year.
“As a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution, PSECU exists solely to serve its members and to help them achieve more in life. Our 2019 Year In Review provides a brief overview of the work we did on their behalf,” said PSECU President and CEO George Rudolph. “As evidenced in this summary, that work also created far-reaching benefits for our local communities and partner organizations as well.”
The single-page report was curated and designed with the goal of being simple to navigate and understand while still offering a comprehensive review of the credit union’s annual impact.
Streamlined from previous editions dubbed Community Report Cards that spanned 30+ pages, the new Year In Review document condenses information into short facts that highlight various components of PSECU’s mission to serve as a trusted financial partner, such as member engagement and feedback, community giving and interaction, and financial education programming.
PSECU has published a community impact summary annually since 2014. It has been well-received by readers – members and non-members alike - and often garners significant praise. Last year’s Community Report Card edition was honored internationally with a Gold-level MarCom Award and received a Credit Union National Association Diamond Award.
“The Year In Review clearly demonstrates our commitment to the ‘people helping people’ credit union philosophy. The more aware people are of the support we offer, the better able they will be to take advantage of it and to encourage others to do the same,” Rudolph added. “By joining PSECU, people become part of an organization focused on creating positive change.”