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Black Hills FCU Employees Support Local Organizations and Causes

Working to Improve Lives in the communities they serve, BHFCU employees volunteered with the Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity to salvage homes in Rapid City this October.

A4i9a2193longside nearly 15 other volunteers, BHFCU employees spent the day removing doors, trim, plumbing fixtures and even a claw foot bathtub from soon-to-be-demolished homes along the 300 block of Quincy Avenue in Rapid City. Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity plans to resell the materials at their ReStore and raise money for the construction of Habitat houses in the greater Black Hills region.

img_2706Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity is helping to provide affordable and fair housing for those who need and deserve it most,” said Jackson Bolstad, chair of BHFCU’s Community Action Team Project for Habitat for Humanity. “For years, they’ve brought people and communities in the Black Hills closer together, and we were proud to lend them a hand with this project.”

BHFCU employees also raised more than $1,150 for the Autism Society of the Black Hills through an employee eat-in, and nearly $1,000 was donated for BHFCU’s Troops Care Package project, which was used to purchase hygiene products, snacks and games for troops stationed overseas.

They also began work on the latest edition of the BHFCU Cookbook – “75 Years of Good Cooks”, available this February. All proceeds from the cookbook will benefit the Black Hills FCU Charitable Fund Inc., as well as area programs and organizations.

The credit union’s employee-led Community Action Team provides support for community projects, charities and events during the year through various fundraising and volunteer efforts. You can get involved with and stay up-to-date on all of BHFCU’s current CAT Projects by following us on Facebook, or visit bhfcu.com to learn more.

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After Hours Card Support Is Here

Experiencing problems with your credit card? With BHFCU’s new After Hours Card Services Program we’re available 24/7 with the solutions you need for your debit and credit card issues.  cc-01-01

Our new After Hours Card Services Program gives you worry-free, round the clock, debit and credit card support. This easy-to-use, personalized service provides you with denied transaction support, lost or stolen card services, and much more.

At BHFCU, we strive to make every transaction simple and secure, while giving you the power to monitor and maintain your debit and credit cards. You can access BHFCU After Hours Card Services anytime outside of our normal business hours by calling 605-718-1818 or 800-482-2428.

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Earn Double the Points this Fall

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Don’t miss out on your chance to earn double the reward points this fall with BHFCU’s Double Points Special Offer. Through December 31, use your BHFCU VISA Rewards and Visa Signature® cards when you shop and earn double the reward points on travel, merchandise, gift cards and more.

We’re making it more convenient than ever to buy the things you need this holiday season. Interested in learning more or applying for this great card? Visit bhfcu.com, call 605-718-1818 or stop by one of our thirteen locations to get started.

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Vote for BHFCU!

This fall, you can help Black Hills Federal Credit Union and BHFCU Insurance Services, LLC. win thousands of dollars in donations for two local organization working to Improve Lives in our community!

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Every day, through December 16, you can vote for BHFCU’s Annual School Supply Drive and Black Hills Habitat for Humanity in the Love My Credit Union Rewards contest and help win up to $15,000 for both organizations.

Ready to get started? Click the links here and cast your vote for Black Hills FCU’s Annual School Supply Drive and Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity today. Simply click vote beside each organization’s video, register, and start voting for both daily. Together we can Improve the Lives of thousands of people in our community!

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Black Hills FCU Employee Participate in Local Projects and Fundraisers

Rapid City, S.D. (06/09/16) – Black Hills Federal Credit Union employees were busy the last few weeks helping to collect and dispose of garbage along many of South Dakota’s highways.

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BHFCU employees posed for a quick photo before cleaning a portion of SD Highway 44 earlier this month.

Employees in Rapid City, Wall and Pierre volunteered to clean up portions of South Dakota’s roadways this spring as part of the South Dakota Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Mile Program and the City of Pierre’s “Go Green and Clean” campaign.

“This is a great opportunity for our employees to get together and give back to the communities we serve in a very meaningful way,” said Patty Mogensen, chair of the Community Action Team Project. “In just a few hours we’re able to keep our communities looking great.”

Employees also participated in, and raised more than $850 for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life in Pennington County and $775 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s MS Walk this month.

BHFCU’s employee-led Community Action Team provides support for community projects, charities and events throughout the year through various fundraising and volunteer efforts. You can get involved with and stay up-to-date on all of BHFCU’s current CAT Projects by following us on Facebook, or visit bhfcu.com to learn more.

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BHFCU employees at the MS Walk to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.