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Tropical Financial Credit Union Raises Money for Emma's Foundation for Canine Cancer

(MIRAMAR, Fla.) –February 1, 2024– Tropical Financial Credit Union, one of South Florida’s largest not-for-profit credit unions, is proud to announce it has raised $4199 for Emma’s Foundation for Canine Cancer. The money raised by both employees and credit union members will provide financial assistance to pet owners dealing with canine cancer.

Emma’s Foundation is a non-profit organization with a mission to raise awareness, offer resources, and provide financial support to families struggling to afford life-saving cancer treatments for their dogs. Their commitment resonates with Tropical Financial, a longtime supporter of animal-related causes, and some employees even have personal experiences with Emma’s Foundation. The Project Management department selected the cause since they wanted to affect direct change.

“At Tropical Financial, we believe in helping our members and our community,” said Amy McGraw, Vice President of Marketing at Tropical Financial Credit Union. “We support Emma’s Foundation’s dedication to sick animals in need. We understand that pets are family and no one should have to choose between financial security and their dog’s life.”

The funds raised by Tropical Financial Credit Union will directly support Emma’s Foundation’s financial assistance program, ensuring more dogs can receive the treatment they need. For more information about Tropical Financial Credit Union and its community initiatives, please visit https://www.tropicalfcu.com/about-us.

Photo Caption:

Front row: Nahola Mills, Lori Hines, Emmriene Pollard, Roberto Salamanca, Al Goenaga, and Elizabeth Perez

Back row: Amy McGraw, Tina Hatin, and Corey Borland


About Tropical Financial Credit Union

Based in Miramar, Florida, Tropical Financial Credit Union is a member-owned not-for-profit financial institution whose deposits are federally insured. Anyone who lives or works in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Lee, Collier, Hendry, and Sarasota counties is eligible to become a member. Tropical Financial Credit Union was formed in 1935 by employees of the former Southern Bell with just a few hundred dollars. Today, it has grown to nearly a $1.0 billion in assets. For more information, visit www.tropicalfcu.com.

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Lauren Berger