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Financial Center Employee Receives Hero Of The Month Award

July 11, 2016

 Indianapolis, Ind. – Financial Center First Credit Union’s James Davidson was named Prevail’s Hero of the Month for June 2016. Prevail is an organization that advocates for victims of domestic abuse, serving thousands of clients in Indianapolis each year.

The award was presented to Davidson for his work to provide education and financial advice to Prevail’s clients, helping them transition financially to life on their own through basic budgeting, credit building, and financial management techniques.

Davidson is the full-time Financial Literacy Manager at Financial Center. His unique skill set as a former IPS teacher and banker makes him a great financial education advocate for both Financial Center’s membership and numerous community organizations.

“Receiving this honor from Prevail is just the icing on the cake to helping people improve their financial lives,” said James Davidson, Financial Center’s Financial Literacy Manager.

Photo Caption: Financial Literacy Manager, James Davidson, accepts Prevail’s Hero of the Month Award at Prevail, Inc. for the month of June, 2016.



About Financial Center:
Financial Center First Credit Union has been serving consumers who live or work in Boone, Brown, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan, Putnam, and Shelby Counties as well as other special groups for over 62 years. Over 54,000 members take advantage of favorable deposit and loan rates as well as reduced fees by banking with the Indianapolis-based credit union. Financial Center is a not-for-profit entity that employs 165 people. Guided by a volunteer Board of Directors, Financial Center’s mission is to ‘Improve Members’ Financial Lives’. Learn more at www.fcfcu.com.

About Prevail: Prevail Inc. is an independent organization that advocates for victims of crime and abuse, connecting survivors to the resources they need to recover and engaging the community to prevent crime and abuse from occurring. Prevail provides crisis intervention, as well as youth and adult services to individuals in Indiana. In the past 30 years, Prevail has reached over 37,000 victims of domestic violence. Prevail served 2721 unduplicated clients in 2015, and 575 additional reoccurring individuals. For a list of previous award recipients, go to: www.prevailinc.com/index.php/support-prevail-of-hamilton-county/prevail-hero-of-the-month

 

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