DERBY - Mutual Security Credit Union recently donated $1,000 to Griffin Hospital’s Valley Goes Pink campaign to help improve breast cancer services in the Lower Naugatuck Valley area.
The donation was collected through the sale of pink bracelets at Mutual Security’s branches.
The Valley Goes Pink is a grassroots, community wide effort to increase awareness about breast cancer and the importance of early detection, support the Hewitt Center for Breast Wellness at Griffin Hospital, and to celebrate the charitable spirit of the region’s businesses and organizations.
Mutual Security Credit Union is open to everyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Fairfield, Litchfield, and New Haven County. Originally founded in 1954, Mutual Security is now one of the largest state-charted, community-based credit unions in Connecticut. Visit mscu.net, or call (800) 761-2400 for more information.
In photo left to right: Griffin Hospital Events Coordinator Lisa Nista recently received a $1,000 check from, left to right, Mutual Security Credit Union’s President & CEO Larry Holderman, Executive VP Hank Baum and Bill Purcell, Valley Chamber of Commerce President for the Valley Goes Pink campaign.
(This is a press release from Griffin Hospital)