Monday, November 9, 2009

Gwinnett Federal Credit Union Donates to Shelter to Aid Victims of Domestic Violence

Lawrenceville, GA – Gwinnett Federal Credit Union raised $2,000 during a golf tournament to benefit Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV). This donation will help PADV in providing emergency shelter and supportive services to abused women and their children in Gwinnett and Fulton County. Gwinnett Federal has a history of supporting PADV with shelter supplies, a leased vehicle for $1 per year, and monetary donations.

More about Gwinnett Federal Credit Union

Gwinnett Federal Credit Union is $150 million in assets and serves 27,000 members in a five county area. Operating as a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by its members and operated with the purpose of promoting thrift through convenient, competitive savings opportunities and providing low cost loans to our members. For more information about Gwinnett Federal Credit Union, visit

About Partnership Against Domestic Violence

For more than 30 years, PADV, the largest domestic violence agency in Georgia, has provided professional support, safe shelter and empowering advocacy to battered women and their children. PADV transforms the lives of thousands of domestic violence survivors and their children every year through violence prevention, emergency intervention and long-term advocacy. Operating the only state-certified domestic violence shelters in Fulton and Gwinnett Counties, PADV also offers a 24-hour crisis line, long-term housing, support groups, legal advocacy, corporate and community education and a teen dating violence prevention program.

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