People Helping People

Elevating the Communities We LIve, Work and Play In

People helping people; it’s the philosophy born in the mid-1800’s when the first financial cooperatives (credit unions) were formed. It’s also very alive today and can be seen daily as our staff takes time to educate (not just sell), support local events, volunteer with a variety of causes and organizations, and collect items for those in need. We’ve even created a teacher grant program, which is fully funded by our staff. If you see us out in the community come say hey, join us in doing good, and/or donate to the current cause! Below, you’ll find info on how you can help with our current community impact efforts. Please consider what you can do to help us build a better community!


Current community involvement:

Cornerstone Donation Collection Box with Rudolph

This holiday season, we are partnering with local organizations to give back to those in need. Help us give back to the community by donating to the following organizations! Interested in helping? Simply bring your donation(s) to any of our offices — we’ll take care of the rest.

Lynchburg First Church of the Nazarene — feeding those in need

  • Non-perishable food items

American Red Cross — sending individually wrapped snacks and hygiene products to Veterans and active duty military personnel

  • Individually wrapped snacks and candy

  • Pop Tarts and Rice Krispies Treats

  • Tuna pouches, tuna snack packs, and potted meats

  • Personal size peanut butter

  • Ramen and Cup-a-Soup

  • Beef Jerky

  • Dried fruit

  • Coffee, tea bags, and sugar packs

  • Deodorant

  • Razors and shaving cream

  • Baby wipes

  • Toothbrushes and toothpaste

  • Lip balm

  • Sunscreen lotion

  • Laundry pods

  • Denture adhesive and cleaner

  • Nail clippers

Rescue Mission Ministries — keeping our community warm this winter

  • New or gently used coats


Tell us

Do you know of a local cause that needs help? Tell us about it and the positive impact it will have on the community! We may be able to help. Naturally, we have limited resources (both financial and human) and aren’t able to support every deserving cause that comes our way; however, we’re happy to consider the cause, want to learn more about the needs of our community, and, at the least, may be able to help build some awareness for the cause.