Credit Union of Georgia has proudly served the Marietta since 1960 and has a heart for supporting the local school districts. When Business Development Officer Kathy Winiarczyk learned how tirelessly the Transportation and Nutrition Departments of Marietta City Schools were working she wanted the Credit Union of Georgia to show their appreciation for their dedication to our students. What better way to say “thank you” than a Chick-Fil-A breakfast? Credit Union of Georgia sent Chick-Fil-A biscuits to Marietta High School, Marietta Middle School, Marietta Sixth Grade Academy and to the Transportation Department.
With physical school being closed for the reminder of the school year, there is currently a great demand for food for our students. According to Marietta City Schools Partners + Friends, it takes about 225 volunteer shirts per week to deliver approximately 4,500 meals per day and 40,000 pounds of groceries per week to the Marietta City Schools families. Hearing this news, Winiarczyk signed up immediately to volunteer and help distribute food from the buses. As of April 17th, they have served 92,868 meals.
“We truly love supporting Marietta City Schools! When we heard how hard the nutrition and transportations departments are working to continue to serve the families in our community we knew we needed to thank them and step up to help! They are truly heroes and we cannot thank them enough,” said Kathy Winiarczyk, Business Development Officer.
To learn more how you can give back to your community with Credit Union of Georgia follow along on social media and www.CUofGA.org for their latest fundraising efforts. To learn more about how you can support Marietta City Schools please visit, www.marietta-city.org/donationsandvolunteers.