Clearview helps local food pantry hit by vandalism

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Clearview helps Faith Restorations with $2,000 donation

Pittsburgh, PA, March 16, 2020, (clearviewfcu.org)… Clearview Federal Credit Union continues its service to the community and furthers the Clearview Cares® initiative by donating $2,000 to Faith Restorations in light of recent vandalism.

The Beaver County food pantry was hit by vandals who destroyed many of the electronic tools used to help meet its mission in serving those in need, especially veterans, with food resources. The incident occurred on February 29, 2020. Clearview CEO, Ron Celaschi, and members of the Clearview team presented the $2,000 donation to representatives of Faith Restorations on Monday, March 9, 2020.

About Clearview Federal Credit Union
Clearview Federal Credit Union has been in operation since 1953 and serves over 105,000 members with reported assets valued over $1.3 billion as of February 2020. Membership in Clearview is open to individuals who live, work, worship, volunteer or attend school in the Southwestern Pennsylvania community, which includes Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland counties. Membership is also open to immediate family members of current Clearview members. Visit clearviewfcu.org for more information. Clearview Federal Credit Union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration and is an Equal Housing Lender.

About Faith Restorations
Faith Restorations Inc., is a not-for-profit food pantry serving all of Beaver County and some surrounding counties. Their goal is to alleviate hunger and help veterans renovate their homes in Beaver County and surrounding counties by soliciting, collecting food, for distribution through support from Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, charitable organizations and corporate sponsorship. Faith Restorations currently feeds approximately 3,000 families.