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Pacific Service Credit Union Brings Holiday Joy to Families with Pajamas and Teddy Bears

Christmas is a special time of the year for families. Most spend time decorating a Christmas tree, baking sweet treats, visiting relatives and unwrapping gifts. Yet, for survivors of domestic violence the holidays can be difficult emotionally and financially. Often, our Safe House families come to MMC with nothing more than the clothes on their back. At MMC, we strive to make this time of year extra special, considering the circumstances, for every family staying in our Safe House. With support from businesses like Pacific Service Credit Union, those we serve are staying warm and cozy this holiday season.

For the second year in a row, Pacific Service Credit Union has generously donated a $1,500 grant for pajamas and teddy bears for the families staying in our Safe Houses this holiday season. Pacific Service Credit Union is a full-service financial institution in select California counties, including Fresno County. Through community involvement efforts, Pacific Service Credit Union provides charitable donations that support enriching and strengthening the lives of members of the communities they serve.  Business Development Manager, Kristin Peterson, stated that “Pacific Service Credit Union is pleased to donate new pajamas and teddy bears to victims of domestic abuse living in emergency safe housing at the Marjaree Mason Center.  It’s our wish that these items bring comfort to the families in need during this difficult time.” On behalf of the Marjaree Mason Center and the families we serve, we would like to thank Pacific Service Credit Union for their generous donation. 

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