New Dimensions FCU awarded grant for ending hunger campaign

From left to right, Diane Bourgoin, New Dimensions FCU CEO Ryan Poulin, Sharon Storti, and Jen Burke (MECUL). (contributed photo)

Elan, headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, continuing the commitment to partners and their communities, has selected 25 new credit union partners to designate a charity in their community to receive a $15,000 donation on the credit union’s behalf, as part of the 2023 Elan Charitable Giving Program. The program has now donated over $1 million since it began in 2022.

“Over the last year we’ve heard and seen firsthand how our charitable giving program is making an impact,” said John Owens, Elan Credit Card General Manager, “These nonprofits are doing incredible work for community members and it’s an honor for us to be able to support them.”

The 2023 Elan charitable giving credit union partners and selected beneficiaries includes New Dimensions Federal Credit Union (Maine Credit Union’s Campaign for Ending Hunger), in Waterville.

In 2023, Elan plans to organize in-person volunteer events. This will provide the opportunity for Elan team members to work alongside credit union partners in their communities.

To learn more about each organization, credit union, and the impact Elan is making in communities through its charitable giving initiative visit


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