TSCU foundation food and fund drive image
The TwinStar Community Foundation is once again partnering with Homeless Backpacks organizations in our service areas to help at-risk kids.  Now through October 12th, we will be seeking donations and food items to provide nutritious food for teens that provides the help they need to focus on school,
Onalaska Branch Manager Erin McKinnel pictured here with representatives from the Morton School District.
More than 60 different elementary schools and their school districts were awarded funds to help eliminate the growing school lunch debt problem. The TwinStar Community Foundation paid all the school lunch debt in our service area for elementary schools in Lewis and Grays Harbor Counties and half the school lunch debt in Thurston County.
Image of the Capitol in spring
Tens of thousands of credit union members recently made their voices heard in Washington D.C. Earlier this spring, the U.S. Congress passed S. 2155, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief & Consumer Protection Act.
Employee Conference 2016 Food Bank Event
In 2015, 42.2 million Americans lived in households with food scarcity, or low food levels, including households in the Pacific Northwest.* When thinking about hunger, many people often have a specific idea of what someone who struggles with food scarcity is like and what brought them to this point.