ATLANTA, July 1, 2024 ~ Delta Community Credit Union, Georgia's largest credit union, has announced that it is now accepting grant applications for its 2025 Philanthropic Fund program. This annual grant program, now in its 12th year, aims to provide financial support to organizations that align with Delta Community's mission of helping families manage their finances, improving the well-being of young people, and enhancing educational and career opportunities for teens and adults.

With over $8.5 billion in assets, Delta Community is committed to distributing a total of $150,000 to 20 nonprofit organizations throughout 2025. "It is our privilege to support and invest in programs that positively impact the lives of metro Atlanta families," said Hank Halter, CEO of Delta Community. "As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we operate under the ideal of good corporate citizenship and strive to strengthen the communities where our members live and work through our own direct efforts and by partnering with organizations that share our values and sense of responsibility."

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The application window for the Philanthropic Fund program will close on August 30, 2024 at 5 p.m. ET. Interested organizations can submit their applications through the online portal at

Since its launch in 2013, Delta Community's Philanthropic Fund program has invested nearly $1.2 million in more than 220 organizations that offer educational opportunities, job and career training, as well as medical and human services support to families and individuals in need. In addition to this program, Delta Community also invests in local communities through scholarships, school partnerships, and support for chambers of commerce and civic organizations.

Delta Community Credit Union continues to demonstrate its commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families in metro Atlanta through its philanthropic efforts. Nonprofit organizations are encouraged to apply for this grant opportunity before the deadline closes.
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