How RBFCU cultivated staff’s skills while saving members’ finances

first_img continue reading » The lenders at Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union ($10.8B, Universal City, TX) are in phase two of helping as many of its nearly 900,000 members as possible cope with the financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.The first phase began March 17 with skip-a-loan payments on consumer loans and credit cards and forbearances and similar provisions for mortgages and commercial loans.Phase two, which includes the final wave of branch lobby re-openings, began June 8. The biggest difference for phase two lending relief comes in the form of availability.“Although the first round of consumer lending assistance was broadly available, the second phase requires proof of financial hardship,” says Heather Sullivan, RBFCU’s senior vice president for consumer lending. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Come on Russia! Paddy Power hits £80,000 for LGBT+ charities

first_img Paddy Power raises awareness of Missing People with Motherwell ‘silhouette’ stand August 7, 2020 Submit Share Ilya Machavariani, Dentons – CIS regional dynamics will come to play prior to gambling take-off July 31, 2020 Related Articles Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 StumbleUpon Amy Jones – Paddy PowerPaddy Power is revelling in its World Cup 2018 charitable campaign ‘Rainbow Russians’, having racked up £80,000 in donations for LGBT and equality/inclusivity causes.In partnership with Attitude Magazine’s ‘Foundation’, Paddy Power launched Rainbow Russians’ at the start of Russia 2018, detailing that the bookmaker would challenge LGBT+ prejudices and homophobia in football.The charitable campaign sees Paddy Power ‘Put-in’ £10,000 to Attitude Magazine’s Foundation for every goal Russia scores during its World Cup 2018 campaign.Following Russia’s 3-1 win over Egypt on Tuesday night, Paddy Power has raised £80,000 in donations, as an unfancied Sbornaya has delivered for the bookmaker.Commenting on the campaign, Amy Jones Paddy Power’s PR & UK Mischief Maker detailed; “Following the host’s first game against Saudi Arabia – where they netted five – it was announced that £10,000 of the money will fund 20 members of the LGBT+ community to become fully qualified referees.”So, thank you to Denis Cheryshev (who has topped up the fund by £30,000 himself so far), Artem Dzyuba and Ahmed Fathi’s own goal last night for their contributions to the campaign…Just keep on scoring lads!”After just two games, Russia have scored EIGHT goals, meaning we are donating £80,000 to LGBT+ causes. And we’re far from done yet! #RainbowRussians ?️‍?— Paddy Power (@paddypower) June 19, 2018 Sharelast_img read more

34 Student Athletes Set to Graduate on Saturday

first_imgPer Georgia Tech’s SID, the following 34 students associated with Georgia Tech Athletics are set to graduate this Saturday with their respective degrees.Name Major SportHelen Alvey Psychology SwimmingLynn Blau Industrial Engineering TennisKristen Breitenbach Business Administration CheerSarah Broadley Industrial Engineering Swimming Oscar Chaney Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Student ManagerAnne Czarnecki Business Administration VolleyballKayleigh Dent Electrical Engineering CheerEmmanuel Dieke Business Administration FootballMary DuBard Industrial Engineering Track/Crs Ctry Carissa Fleming Business Administration CheerRichard Gonzalez Electrical Engineering CheerPaul Groover History, Technology, and Society CheerJohn Hermes Biomedical Engineering SwimmingChristopher Hicks Business Administration Baseball Laura Hilton Masters – Industrial Engineering SoftballBailey Hunter Business Administration VolleyballJasmine Isley Industrial Engineering Track/Crs CtryBrad Jefferson Management FootballKevin King Mechanical Engineering Tennis Evan Martin Civil Engineering BaseballJessica Mason Business Administration SwimmingJhanelle McLeod Economics and International Affairs Track/Crs CtryEric McPherson Business Administration Student TrainerMonique Mead Business Administration Volleyball Dusan Miljevic Civil Engineering TennisViet Ha Ngo Economics and International Affairs TennisPhilip O’brien Industrial Engineering Track/Crs CtryJillian O’Neill Business Administration TennisDavid Sims Management Football Grace Snell Business Administration CheerRod Sweeting Management FootballSharena Taylor Science, Technology, and Culture BasketballConnor Winn Business Administration BaseballJahi Word-Daniels Business Administration Footballlast_img read more