Redwood Credit Union (RCU) is accepting donations to assist those impacted by the Lake County Clayton Fire. Anyone can make a secure donation online at www.redwoodcu.org/lakecountyfirevictims or at any of RCU’s 17 North Bay and San Francisco locations. 100 percent of the funds will go directly to aid relief efforts and the victims of the 2016 Lake County fire.
Contributions to the fund may be made securely online via credit card or at any RCU location via cash deposit, direct funds transfer, or checks payable to the RCU Community Fund (please note in memo on check: 2016 Lake County Fire.)
“Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the fires,” said Brett Martinez, RCU’s President and CEO. “Accepting financial donations for the fire relief efforts and victims is an immediate way we can respond to the requests of people who want to help and provide assistance to those who need it most.”
RCU has also created special loan and financial assistance programs for those who have been directly impacted by the fires. For more information on these programs, please call 1 (800) 479-7928, option 3, then 6.
About Redwood Credit Union
Founded in 1950, Redwood Credit Union is a full-service financial institution providing personal and business banking to consumers and businesses in the North Bay and San Francisco. RCU offers complete financial services including checking and savings accounts, auto and home loans, credit cards, online and mobile banking, business services, commercial and SBA lending, wealth management and investment services, and more. The Credit Union also offers insurance and discount auto sales through their wholly-owned subsidiary. RCU currently has $3 billion in assets and serves over 266,000 Members with full-service branches from San Francisco to Ukiah, more than 30,000 fee-free network ATMs nationwide and convenient, free online and mobile banking. For more information, call 1 (800) 479-7928, visit www.redwoodcu.org, or follow RCU on Facebook at facebook.com/redwoodcu and Twitter at @Redwoodcu for news and updates.