Outreach

As a credit union, part of Langley’s mission involves continued support for a variety of charitable causes within the communities where we do business. Last year, Langley invested over $400,000 back in the community.

Langley Federal Credit Union Donates $10,000 to HRCAP Program

(Left to Right) Langley VP/CIO Frank Williams, HRCAP Executive Director Edith White, 
				Chairperson Angela Futrell, and Langley AVP of Corporate Relations Gary Hunter.

Langley Federal Credit Union presented a $10,000 check to Hampton Roads Community Action Program (HRCAP) for support of their programs and services that address the needs of the community such as Head Start/Early Head Start, homeless services, affordable housing and housing counseling services, and assistance for veteran families, to name a few.

Photo: (Left to Right) Langley VP/CIO Frank Williams, HRCAP Executive Director Edith White, Chairperson Angela Futrell, and Langley AVP of Corporate Relations Gary Hunter.



Langley Donates $11,000 to Domestic Violence Agencies

(Left to Right) Glenda Turner, Avalon Board Member and Busch Gardens Marketing 
				Manager, Gary Hunter, Langley AVP of Corporate Relations; & Sanu Dieng, Transitions Executive 
				Director

Langley donated $5,500 each to Avalon Center for Women & Children and Transitions Family Violence Services. The funds will be used to provide emergency shelter, services and programs for victims of domestic violence in Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, York County and Williamsburg. Avalon and Transitions work to end domestic violence by breaking the cycle of abuse through prevention, education, shelter and support services on the Virginia Peninsula.

Photo: (Left to Right) Glenda Turner, Avalon Board Member and Busch Gardens Marketing Manager, Gary Hunter, Langley AVP of Corporate Relations; & Sanu Dieng, Transitions Executive Director.



Langley Donates $5,000 to Space Center

VA Air & Space Center's Jessica Woodyard and Langley's Gary Hunter

Langley donated $5,000 to the Virginia Air & Space Center located in Hampton, VA. The contribution will be used for the Center's STEM and other educational programs. Over 55,000 students from all over Hampton Roads have visited the Museum throughout the year. The Center will continue to work with students across Hampton Roads through their Opportunity Program and research study, STEM 360.

Photo: VA Air & Space Center's Jessica Woodyard and Langley's Gary Hunter



Langley Donates $10,000 to Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Virginia

Boys and Girls Clubs Group Photo

Langley presented a $10,000 check to the Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Virginia. Boys & Girls Clubs of the Southeast Virginia serves over 3,000 youth with 11 Clubs located in the cities of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Exmore, Suffolk, Chesapeake, and Franklin.



Langley Donates $10,000 to Support the Center for Child & Family Services

Check presentation.

Langley donated $10,000 to the Center for Child & Family Services, Inc. (CCFS). CCFS has been providing counseling and support services to the Virginia Peninsula since 1943, with offices located in Hampton and Williamsburg.