Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Home improvement grants announced


ATLANTA, Mich. – Community Financial Credit Union is partnering with the Federal Home Loan Bank to offer grants to qualified seniors and those with disabilities to make needed home improvements.

The grants are a part of the Accessibility Modifications Program (AMP) and Neighborhood Impact Program (NIP) grant programs. These programs exist to help improve the lives of seniors and those with disabilities, providing up to $10,000 grants to people needing to make modifications to their home. To qualify, applicants must be a current CFCU member.

Community Financial will administer grants for both the NIP and AMP programs. Interested residents of Montmorency County and surrounding areas may contact Community Financial for information on how to apply for a grant from either of these programs. Application forms can be found at http://www.fhlbi.com/housing/Hopnipforms.asp.

“Partnering with organizations that are actively working towards a brighter future for our communities is what fulfills us as a credit union,” Atlanta Branch Manager Crystal LaPorte said. “Community Financial is proud to join in the efforts of organizations like the Federal Home Loan Bank that support the quality of life in our communities.”

The Michigan-based credit union is continuously giving donations to area organizations that dedicate their efforts to better the community.

About Community Financial Credit Union
Headquartered in Plymouth, Michigan, membership in Community Financial Credit Union is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in 23 Michigan counties. With more than 50,000 members, Community Financial provides financial services to members at ten branch locations and through a variety of automated and online services. For more complete membership information, visit www.cfcu.org or call (877) 937-2328.


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