West Reading – Diamond Credit Union, a longtime partner of Reading Hospital, is known for its generosity towards the organization and its employees. The branch, located on hospital grounds, often supports numerous programs that benefit Reading Hospital patients, employees, and the community.
On Thursday, September 19, the branch graciously donated $5,000 to the Employee Assistance Fund, a Reading Hospital Foundation initiative, part of the It Starts With Us Employee Giving Campaign, that provides assistance to Reading Hospital employees facing immediate, severe, and temporary financial hardships due to an emergency.
William M. Jennings, President and CEO, Reading Hospital, and Katherine Thornton, President, Reading Hospital Foundation, were joined by Cameron Martin, Director of Development, Reading Hospital Foundation; John Faust, President and CEO, Diamond Credit Union; Todd Rothenberger, Chief Marketing Officer, Diamond Credit Union; and Terri Page, Branch Manager, Diamond Credit Union, to accept the donation.
“We greatly appreciate Diamond Credit Union and their generosity to the employees at Reading Hospital,” says Katherine Thornton. “A gift to the Employee Assistance Fund further strengthens their commitment to giving back to the employees of Reading Hospital.”
Administered by Reading Hospital Foundation, the It Starts With Us Employee Giving Campaign supports the Foundation’s mission of overall improvement of healthcare services in support of the hospital and the community. The campaign allows Reading Hospital employees the opportunity to make charitable contribution to programs and services that directly impact our patients and colleagues.
“We appreciate that the employees of Reading Hospital have put their trust in Diamond Credit Union for over 20 years,” said John Faust, President/CEO of Diamond Credit Union. “It is our pleasure to support their ‘It Starts With Us Employee Giving Campaign’ as it directly benefits impactful programs that hospital employees rely on to provide exceptional care for many patients in the communities we both serve.”