Featured Press Releases
American Heritage Culminates Season of Giving with Toy Donations, Contributions of $50,000 and 13,000 Pounds of Food to Local Families in Need
American Heritage Credit Union culminated its annual holiday season of giving with a variety of donations including canned goods, hot meals, toys, essentials, and monetary donations to organizations and not-for-profits within its community.
The Kids-N-Hope Foundation Achieves $2 Million in Donations to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Music Therapy Program
The Kids-N-Hope Foundation has achieved the milestone of having donated $2 million since its inception to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The Kids-N-Hope Foundation raises funds to support the Music Therapy Program at CHOP as well as pediatric therapy programs at other local hospitals. The Foundation reached this milestone in conjunction with its annual contribution to CHOP. The Foundation donated $265,000 to CHOP for its 2020 contribution.
American Heritage Credit Union Spirit of Giving Food Drive Donates 12,600 Pounds of Food and Contributes $20,000 to Organizations Across Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks and Camden Counties
American Heritage Credit Union associates and members collected 12,600 pounds of food for various charities and organizations in the community during its seventh annual Spirit of Giving Food Drive.
American Heritage Credit Union and The Kids-N-Hope Foundation Invite Community to Free Drive Through Illumination Display
Nothing shines like American Heritage Credit Union (American Heritage) during the holiday season. American Heritage and The Kids-N-Hope Foundation (The Foundation) invite the community to drive through their main campus at 2060 Red Lion Road any evening from November 23rd until New Years to enjoy more than 400,000 lights from the comfort and safety of the car.
American Heritage Credit Union Donates Over 5,300 Books to Local Delaware Valley Charities and Organizations
American Heritage Credit Union (“American Heritage”) donated over 5,300 new books to local hospitals, community centers, and special care facilities through its Books for Kids program. The program collected over $11,000 in donations throughout the summer and fall to purchase and distribute the books.