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South Florida Business Journal

July 20, 2021

One of South Florida’s largest credit unions donated nearly $50,000 toward charities that serve minority and diverse communities in South Florida. Celebrating its 70th year in business, Pembroke Pines-based Power Financial Credit Union awarded on July 2 over $7,000 to each of the organizations.


  • The Advocacy Network on Disabilities based in Kendall, which advocates for the rights of disabled people
  • Weston-based Jason Taylor Foundation, which creates programs for South Florida’s children 
  • Fort Lauderdale-based Take Stock in Children, a nonprofit that mentors low-income students 
  • SAVE Foundation based in Miami, which advocates against LGBTQ discrimination 
  • Tequesta-based Shifting Gears United, which offers programs for disabled people in multi-adapted sports
  • Delray Beach-based Achievement Centers for Children and Families, a nonprofit serving low-income families
  • Fort Lauderdale-based LifeNet4Families, which helps those experiencing hunger, homelessness and poverty in Broward County

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