December 21, 2015 – Pittsfield, MA – Greylock Federal Credit Union announced the recipients of donations from its “Spirit of Giving” campaign. The donations resulted from fourteen department/teams within the Credit Union choosing worthy organizations or causes, to which Greylock donated $1,000 each. Additionally, Greylock gave each of the chosen organizations a $250 gift card from a local grocery store, to “pay forward” to a charity, or worthy cause of their choice.

Greylock’s Victoria May, Assistant Vice President, Manager Marketing Promotions and Partnerships said, “The ‘Spirit of Giving’ campaign was conceived, not only as a way for Greylock to give to worthy causes, but also to help others experience the best gift of all – the gift of giving back.”

“I have been overwhelmed by the positive remarks and tremendous activity taking place to support this initiative. I appreciate the passion all our employees displayed for the communities we serve,” added Greylock President and CEO John L. Bissell.

The fourteen organizations receiving the $1,000 “Spirit of Giving” donations and the $250 gift cards:

Berkshire County Kids’ Place
Special Olympics /Berkshire County
Moments House
Elder Services of Berkshire County
Pediatric Development Center
PopCares Inc.
Kiwanis Club
Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter
Berkshire County Arc (BCArc)
Soldier On
The Dream Center
Neighbor-to-Neighbor Fund
St. John Paul the Great Food Pantry

(Photos of organizations accepting their donations from Greylock’s department/teams are posted on Greylock’s Facebook page

Berkshire County Arc (BCArc) President and CEO Ken Singer said, “BCArc is very appreciative of Greylock’s donation that helped us fulfill our mission during the holiday season. I’m sure all the organizations that received donations were touched by the additional gift to ‘pay forward.’ It was a particularly thoughtful aspect of the ‘Spirit of Giving’ campaign.”

Elm Street Assistant Branch Manager Barbara Hinchliffe and Branch Manager Mark Mancari present a Greylock “Spirit of Giving” donation to Berkshire County Arc President and CEO Ken Singer.