Vantage West Awards Holiday Grants to Local Nonprofits Nominated by Employees
TUCSON — In the spirit of giving back to the communities that have supported Vantage West Credit Union over the years, Vantage West in turn supports local nonprofit organizations year-round.
Vantage West also has a tradition, where at year’s end, employees are called to nominate nonprofits they feel have made an impact on the lives of others, to be considered for a year-end donation. This year, the following eleven organizations were each selected to receive a gift.
- Tucson Medical Center’s Children’s Miracle Network
- Tucson Museum of Art
- Echoing Hope Ranch
- Santa’s Helpers
- Southern Arizona Against Slavery
- Assistance League of Tucson, Operation School Bell
- Kino Border Initiative
- Pima County Animal Care Center
- Imago Dei Middle School
- Parkinson Wellness Recovery
- Wounded Warriors Project
“We are a community-based credit union, so we are focused on whatever we can do for this community. It follows our mission of people helping people,” said Vantage West President/CEO Robert D. Ramirez.
Vantage West Credit Union is southern Arizona’s largest, with $1.1 billion in assets. The credit union has 15 branches in Pima, Pinal, and Maricopa counties.