Langley FCU Impacted 100 Community Organizations and Donated more than $871,000 in 2018

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Langley Federal Credit Union announces its 2018 combined giving efforts of the credit union and the Langley for Families Foundation is more than $871,000. These funds were invested back into the Hampton Roads community to more than 100 organizations that provide services ranging from healthcare, housing, homelessness, disaster relief and hunger.

Langley Federal Credit Union distributed $401,000 to 64 worthy causes. The Langley for Families Foundation distributed $470,000 through successful fundraising events and community initiatives. The majority of funds were raised through a premier golf tournament known as the Langley for Families Charity Golf Classic, held in September.

In addition to monetary support, Langley's generous and engaged employees volunteered 1,200 hours through events including the 94.9 The Point Radiothon benefitting Children's Hospital of the Kings' Daughter (CHKD), the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night and the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.

Highlights from Langley's 2018 philanthropic impact include:

  • A company food and fund drive that generated $30,000 and more than 2,000 pounds of food to combat hunger to multiple food banks in the region, including the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank.  
  • $10,000 was donated to the American Red Cross to support disaster relief efforts after Hurricane Florence.
  • The Langley for Families Payroll Deduction Program raised $41,425. With a dollar-for-dollar match from Langley Federal Credit Union, $83,000 was donated to 32 employee-recommended nonprofit organizations.
  • $45,000 was awarded in college scholarships to: Langley's Jean Yokum Scholarship, Christopher Newport University's Luter School of Business Scholarships and Hampton University's Business School Scholarships.
  • $15,000 in $500 mini-grants was awarded to 30 teachers to support classroom projects from Williamsburg to Virginia Beach.

Langley supports a wide variety of programs at CHKD including the neonatal intensive care unit, the child abuse center and its new mental health initiatives. Total 2018 support was $48,885. Additionally, Langley employees invest personally through their involvement on advisory boards, volunteering at special events and the superhero-themed care packages compiled at an internal all-staff event in October.

"Langley Federal Credit Union and Langley for Families philanthropic support provided new mothers' custom swaddles sized specially for their premature babies, built a Pulmonary Function Test room for our cystic fibrosis patients, supplied arts and crafts to bring out the superhero in children playing in our hospital playrooms and offered comfort to families whose children are struggling with mental health diagnoses," said Lauren Kiger, CHKD director of corporate relations. "Philanthropic leaders like Langley ensure that children remain kids when they are hospitalized and allows CHKD to care for every child in our community, regardless of their family's ability to pay. More than that, Langley's employees donate their time and talents to the hospital volunteer program, events like Radiothon and advisory boards. On behalf of our patients and their families, doctors, nurses and staff – thank you. We are proud to partner with Langley Federal Credit Union for life!"

Langley Federal Credit Union and the Langley for Families Foundation supported the following organizations in 2018:

100 Black Men of the Virginia Peninsula
ABNB Golf Tournament
ABZ Dove Foundation
Achievable Dream
American Cancer Society
American Diabetes Association
American Heart Association
American Red Cross of Coastal Virginia
Angel Flight Mid Atlantic
ARDX Foundation
Armed Services YMCA
Avalon Center
Bacon Street Youth and Family Services
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital Foundation
Boys and Girls Club of Southeastern Virginia
Boys and Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula
Brothers on the Block
Candusso Charitable Foundation Inc.
Center for Child and Family Services
Center for Sexual Assault Survivors
Children's Health Investment Program
Children's Hospital of the King's Daughter
CNU Education Foundation Scholarships
Communities In Schools of Hampton Roads
Credit Union House
Credit Unions Care Foundation of Virginia
DCU for Kids
DePaul Health Foundation
Downtown Hampton Child Development Center
EDMARC Inc.
Eggleston Services Foundation
Fear 2 Freedom
Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore
ForKids Inc.
Goodwill of Central and Coastal Virginia

Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads
Habitat for Humanity Peninsula
Hampton Ecumenical Lodgings & Provisions Inc.
Hampton Roads Community Action Program
Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance
Hampton Roads Haven
Hampton Roads Pride
Hampton University
Healthy Families Partnership Inc.
Hospice House & Support Care Williamsburg
Housing Development Corporation of Hampton Roads
Housing Partnerships
Ida Barbour Early Learning Center
James A. Field House Inc.
Kennedy's Angel Gowns
Lackey Clinic
Langley Civic Leaders Association
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
LGBT Life Center
LINK of Hampton Roads
Literacy for Life
LYF Foundation
Make-A-Wish Greater Virginia
Mariner's Museum
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Inc.
NASA Exchange
Natasha House, Inc.
Nauticus Foundation
Newport News Green Foundation
Newport News Police Foundation
Newport News Public Schools
Oasis Social Ministry
One Child Center For Autism
Peninsula Agency on Aging, Inc.
Peninsula Fine Arts
Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA

Peninsula Reads
Peninsula Rescue Mission Inc.
Peninsula School at the Faison Center
Postpartum Support Virginia
Roc Solid Foundation Inc.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Norfolk VA Inc.
Samaritan House Inc.
Senior Center of York
Smithfield Pop Warner Football, Inc.
Southeastern Virginia Health System
Special Olympics Minnesota
Special Olympics Virginia
St. Mary's Home for Disabled Children
The 31 Heroes Project
The DeGood Foundation
The Giving Garden Foundation
The Union Mission
Thomas Nelson Educational Foundation
Tidewater Science Congress
Toby's Dream Foundation
Transitions Family Violence Services
United in Grace
VA Coalition for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
VersAbility Resources
Virginia Advisory Council on Military Education
Virginia Beach Justice Initiative
Virginia Beach SPCA
Virginia Beach Supportive Housing
Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities
Virginia Peninsula Crime Stoppers/GHRRCL
Virginia Peninsula Foodbank
Voices for Kids Casa Program of Southeast Virginia
Williamsburg House of Mercy Inc.
YMCA of South Hampton Roads
Youth Challenge of Hampton Roads
YWCA South Hampton Roads

"While Langley is proud of our charitable efforts, the economic impact Langley delivers to the area is also profound with more than $2.1 billion in member loans and deposits," said Tom Ryan, president and CEO of Langley. "These loans and deposits have empowered members to buy or refinance homes, purchase vehicles, send their kids to school and save for retirement. Langley plans to continue and expand both the charitable programs as well as the products offered to members in 2019 and beyond."

 A complete report is also published annually summarizing the company's community impact.

Download/View 2018 Community Impact Report (PDF)

Langley Federal Credit Union, founded in 1936, is a federally-chartered credit union, regulated and insured by the National Credit Union Administration. Langley Federal Credit Union serves more than 250,000 members and has more than $2.8 billion in assets, ranking the financial cooperative as one of the 100 largest credit unions in the country. Langley offers personal and business banking, mortgages, auto, RV and boat loans, student loans, insurance, investment services, credit cards, merchant services and online banking. Located in Hampton Roads, Langley has 20 branches and more than 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs throughout the region.

As the charitable arm of Langley Federal Credit Union, the Langley for Families Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity that focuses on children and families in Hampton Roads.

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