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Kirtland Federal Credit Donates $4,000 to KAFB’s First Sergeant Council

Albuquerque, NM
Contact: Ashleigh Munson, 505-254-7008, [email protected]


Kirtland Federal Credit Union donated $4,000 to Kirtland Air Force Base’s First Sergeant Council to provide Thanksgiving dinners for Airmen and their families living on base experiencing financial hardship.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has been an incredibly difficult time for everyone, especially people who are having trouble making ends meet,” said Matt Rarden, Kirtland FCU President/CEO. “Thanksgiving should be a time to cherish our loved ones and experience gratitude. We hope our contribution has helped bring some joy to families in need.”
The donation was given to the Kirtland Air Force Base’s Sergeant Council as the title sponsorship for the organization’s virtual fun run. The organization raised $5,000 for the event, and all the money was used to purchase turkeys and Thanksgiving sides for the KAFB families.

Picture: MSgt Shelby Griscom and SrA Alfonso Villanueva (November 20, 2020) – Transfer of the turkeys that were purchased from funds collected during the Shirtsgiving Shuffle.

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