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Alliant Credit Union Employees Donate Clothing to Goodwill


Employees of Alliant Credit Union recently contributed to Alliant’s 6th Annual Spring Fling Clothing Drive, resulting in the donation of thousands of gently used clothing items to Goodwill, according to the credit union’s President & CEO David Mooney. The many bags of clothing were delivered to the Goodwill Donation Center in Des Plaines, Illinois.

Alliant Credit Union President & CEO David Mooney stands with Alliant Civic Affairs Committee members Terry Hagio (left) and Danielle Snowden, coordinators of the Spring Fling Clothing Drive, following the delivery of donated clothing to Goodwill. Also pictured (right) is Des Plaines, Illinois Goodwill Store Manager Michael Pierce, who expressed his appreciation for Alliant employees’ clothing contributions. Clothing bags in the photo are just a small portion of those donated by Alliant employees.

Mr. Mooney said, “The generosity of our employees and their commitment to those in need of assistance is truly heartwarming.” The Spring Fling Clothing Drive was planned and coordinated by Alliant’s Civic Affairs Committee. Clothing was collected at Alliant’s Chicagoland offices. Alliant is Illinois’ largest credit union and America’s sixth largest in assets and deposits.

The sales of donations to Goodwill help fund job training programs, employment placement services and other community-based programs for people who have disabilities, lack education or job experience, or face employment challenges.

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