Holiday Meetings with PSFCU Members
As every year, there was the sharing of the wafer, Christmas wishes and carol singing, as well as an opportunity to meet personally. For the first time, the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union held its Christmas wafer sharing separately for our New York, New Jersey and Illinois members.
“This is the nicest time of the year, when we can meet in such a wonderful group and experience Christ’s Nativity together and sum up the year,” said Bogdan Chmielewski, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union, commencing the Christmas wafer sharing ceremony in New York. “This triple celebration is a symbol of how our Credit Union is growing, and it is growing thanks to PSFCU members like yourselves,” he added.
The host of the meeting, Chairman of the Board Krzysztof Matyszczyk, emphasized that nearly 93,000 members now belong to the PSFCU as primary account holders, and over 130,000 people now make use of our services in New York, New Jersey and Illinois, as well as with our online or mobile applications. “Our Credit Union’s success is very clear testimony to the financial success of Polish people, and we should be very proud of that.” Not only has that contributed to our financial success; it also enable us to help Polish organizations and young people and make use of this potential,” added the Board Chairman.
The Christmas wafer sharing meeting for PSFCU members from New York was held at PSFCU headquarters in Greenpoint. Our New Jersey members enjoyed themselves at Cracovia Manor in Wallington, NJ, and those from Illinois, at Lone Tree Manor in Niles, IL. All three events featured the reading of a letter sent to our members by Polish Secretary of State Adam Kwiatkowski on behalf of President Andrzej Duda. “Thank you for your involvement in community activities and charitable aid for our countrymen who are in a difficult situation in Poland and across our eastern border. I am grateful that you and the Office of the President of the Republic of Poland undertook the initiative enabling us to conduct the first edition of the Presidential internship for American college students of Polish descent this year,” wrote Minister Kwiatkowski, sending best wishes for Christmas and the New Year for all members of the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union on behalf of the Polish Head of State.
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