Did you know that Bean's Cafe served over 313,000 meals in 2010? That's an average of over 850 meals a day! Check out their 2010 Annual Report (attached below) to learn more about the organization and the incredible work they do within our community.
The Bean's Cafe Annual Golf Tournament is also coming up on June 17, 2011. You can register as an individual or as a team and all the proceeds will go directly to providing meals and social services to the hungry and homeless in Anchorage.
For more information about the tournament or to find out how to register, check out the attachments below.
For more information about Bean's Cafe, visit www.beanscafe.org
Check out the latest edition of the Mountain View Villager!
Tom Newins, Senior VP of Member Services, Donna LaPella, VP of Administration and Leslie Ellis, President show off an impromptu auction item at the Soldotna Member Appreciation event.
CU1's Member Appreciation Event season was kicked off with our Soldotna Branch's event on March 18th and our Kodiak Branch's event on April 14th. CU1 loves to show appreciation to our members and appreciation to the community by raising funds during our Member Appreciation Events. And, CU1 matches the funds given at these events to maximize each dollar raised!
Both events were a tremendous success! With the CU1 match, over $9500 was raised for Camp Mend-A-Heart in Soldotna (a day camp program of Hospice that provides bereavement services to children who have lost a loved one), and $4500 for Special Olympics in Kodiak!
CU1 sends out a huge THANK YOU to both the Soldotna and Kodiak communities for their support of these incredible programs. Your generosity and "one for all" spirit is truly inspirational.
Nearly 20 CU1 employees spent the afternoon at Beans Cafe serving ice cream sundaes and hosting an Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 22nd to show support and wish everyone at Beans a Happy Easter! For more information about Beans Cafe, visit www.beanscafe.org
As you probably noticed, we've given the One for All Alaska site a facelift! We're sure that one of your first questions is "what happened to the games?" Have no fear, the games aren't gone, they've just moved over to our main CU1 site. Click here or the images below to play.
The information to help everyone live "one for all" can still be found right here, beginning with new features on the home page. On the right hand side of the home page you can keep track of our community service with information about what organizations we've recently supported in your community, along with our yearly tally of donations and volunteer hours. You can also learn more about the non-profit that CU1 is raising money for each month (in April, it's Big Brothers Big Sisters) and participate in the polls so that we can learn more about all of you!