TruNorth to donate computers to NICE Community Schools
MARQUETTE – TruNorth Federal Credit Union, local non-profit financial institution, is donating 25 gently used PCs to NICE Community Schools this fall.
The computers, previously used by TruNorth employees, have been completely refurbished, and are being donated to NICE Community Schools for their use in classrooms, libraries, and labs throughout the district.
“NICE Community Schools is thrilled with the generosity of TruNorth Federal Credit Union,” said Bryan DeAugustine, superintendent for NICE, in a press release. “They donated 25 computers to our district that will be immediately and directly used by our students.
“Every day, our students will benefit from this act of kindness by TruNorth Federal Credit Union. Thank you again, TruNorth. You have made a difference in the education of our students.”
TruNorth Federal Credit Union is cooperatively owned by over 16,000 local residents and was organized in 1949 to provide low cost financial services to all owner/members. Credit union membership is open to anyone living, working, worshiping or attending school in Marquette, Alger, Baraga, Dickinson and Iron counties. To learn more about TruNorth, visit its website at trunorthcu.org. Deposits are federally insured by the NCUA.