Branch Donation Drives
Here at Service CU, we strive to give back to the communities we serve. To help support our friends and neighbors, our U.S. branches will be hosting donation drives for select nonprofits in their community througout the year. Below are some upcoming drives in our branches that you can help us support.
June Collection Drives
Somersworth In-store Branch – 59 Waltons Way, Somersworth, NH
Service Credit Union’s Somersworth In-store branch is holding a collection drive to benefit Hope on Haven Hill, who provide a safe, nurturing home for pregnant women with substance use disorders, along with their children. The branch is collecting items such as baby care needs, personal hygiene products, car seats and more.
Exeter Branch – 109 Epping Road, Exeter, NH and Epping In-Store Branch – 35 Fresh River Road, Epping, NH
Service Credit Union’s Exeter and Epping In-store branches are holding a collection drive to benefit Hero Pups, which pairs support dogs with veterans and first responders throughout New England who have been diagnosed with service-related psychological challenges. The branch is collecting cleaning supplies, puppy food, leashes and more.
May Collection Drives
Somersworth Branch – 15 Penny Lane, Somersworth, NH
Service Credit Union’s Somersworth branch is holding a collection drive to benefit the Pope Memorial Humane Society Cocheco Valley, who are dedicated to promoting the humane treatment of animals in Strafford County, NH and Southern Maine. The branch is collecting items such as dog and cat food, cleaning supplies, peanut butter (cannot contain xylitol), canned pumpkin and more. Pope Memorial Humane Society is a safe, temporary home for more than 1,000 surrendered, lost, abused, neglected, or unwanted animals each year.
Hampton Branch – 887 Lafayette Road, Hampton, NH
Service Credit Union’s Hampton branch is holding a collection drive to benefit the Hampton Community Coalition, who assist families in the Hampton K-8 schools when facing a crisis. The branch is collecting cleaning supplies, such as paper towels and disinfectant spray, and non-perishable food items, like canned goods and cereal.