Paying it forward: Members First Credit Union reimbursing teachers for supplies starting May 6

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MANCHESTER, NH  – In the spirit of Teacher Appreciation Week and in celebration of its 70th anniversary, Members First Credit Union is paying it forward. Beginning May 6 for a limited time, Members First is reimbursing teachers up to $100 for classroom supplies purchased this year.

“School budgets generally run short at the end of the school year and teachers often resort to purchasing classroom supplies with money from their own pockets to provide for their students,” said Bruce Leighton, president and CEO, Members First Credit Union. “To show our gratitude in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we’ve developed the Helping Teachers Soar Giveaway. Teachers make a big difference in their students’ lives every day by investing their time and personal resources into their students and giving back to them is our way of saying thanks.”

In total, Members First has set aside $10,000 for qualified teachers who complete a Reimbursement Request Form and present receipt(s) for school supplies purchased this year. Requests will be accepted beginning May 6 until May 31, or until the $10,000 is disbursed, whichever comes first. For more information and complete terms and conditions, please call 603-622-8781 or visit MembersFirstNH.org.


About Members First Credit Union

Since 1949, Members First Credit Union has been a trusted financial resource in Manchester, Bedford and surrounding communities. We get to know our members so we can recommend the right solutions to help them reach their goals. In other words: we’re small enough to make a big difference.

As a full-service financial institution, we offer the products and services our members need, whether for themselves, their family or business. And because we’re not for profit, earnings go back to our members, so they can save and borrow at reasonable rates. Membership is open to anyone living, working, or attending school in New Hampshire.

For more information, call 603-622-8781 or visit www.membersfirstnh.org.