At VyStar, we strive to uphold the credit union philosophy “people helping people” by not only providing our valued members with quality financial products and services, but also actively supporting the communities where we live, work and play.
As Coronavirus (COVID-19) is sweeping through our community, we wanted to provide you with a variety of ways to get involved.
JAMS is an after-school program that helps kids with their creativity through dance, film making, music, visual arts and provides a safe haven. This March, VyStar donated funds to help the teachers and provided visual arts supplies, two cameras, two film lighting set ups and two laptops. Find out how you can get involved by visiting the JAMS website.
VyStar Credit Union, Community First Credit Union, 1-2-1 Credit Union, First Florida Credit Union and Jax Federal Credit Union have teamed up with Rethreaded by donating funds for their staff to make medical masks for St. Vincent’s (who has donated the supplies needed). The Rethreaded staff hope to produce 100 masks per day. Find out how you can support this organization by visiting the Rethreaded website.
To assist the local cooks, VyStar provided donations to Feeding Northeast Florida to allow them to hire cooks to prepare meals for seniors and others in need during the Coronavirus pandemic. Find out how you can support this organization by visiting the Feeding Northeast Florida website.
Florida's First Coast Relief Fund has been reactivated to assist local organizations helping those in Northeast Florida affected by this public health crisis. Find out how you can donate to this relief fund by visiting the Florida's First Coast Relief Fund website.
We are happy to announce that we created two new positions for clients of Operation New Hope in the beginning of 2020. Additionally, we donated funds to support their efforts during the health crisis. With the release of incarcerated people to combat the spread of COVID-19, their clients will need services more than ever. Find out how you can get involved by visiting the Operation New Hope website.