South Jersey FCU Employees Continue Their ‘Charitable Journey’

DEPTFORD, N.J. — South Jersey Federal Credit Union (SJFCU) employees presented a check in the amount of $2,000.00 to local representative Kristi Gonzales from International Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva Association (IFOPA). The donation was made on behalf of the SJFCU employees’ “Charitable Journey” program and will be used for disease awareness, research, and clinical studies.

From left to right: Alexis Gonzales daughter of IFOPA representative; Joccola Thomas Assistant Vice President of Business Development, SJFCU;
Kristi Gonzales local representative for IFOPA; Antonio Gonzales son of IFOPA representative; Cindy Ford, Quality Control Representative, SJFCU;
Camille Gadsden, Assistant Vice President of Finance, SJFCU; Tracey Moore Contact Center Team Lead, SJFCU; Erik Young, Director of Sales
and Contact Center, SJFCU; Sara Lipsett Institutional and Community Representative, SJFCU; Kenneth Barnshaw, Senior Vice President of
Government Affairs and Community Relations, SJFCU.

“Charitable Journey” is an employee-sponsored charity program. SJFCU employees can nominate a worthy organization to receive the monetary donation. A new charity is selected each quarter and funds are raised by employees. As an incentive to donate, SJFCU employees who contribute are permitted to dress down for charity on Fridays.