Pioneer Valley Credit Union Recognized for Promoting Savings
SPRINGFIELD — Pioneer Valley Credit Union was recognized for its efforts to encourage Americans and support its members to save money during America Saves Week and Military Saves Week.
“At a time when just two in five American households report making good or excellent savings progress, Pioneer Valley Credit Union went above and beyond to encourage and support its members to save,” said George Barany, America Saves director. “This year’s designees are the leaders in their field at responding to the savings crisis by working directly with American families to open and add to savings accounts. Pioneer Valley Credit Union doesn’t just tell people why it’s important to save, it helps them do it.”
Pioneer Valley Credit Union was one of 15 banks, 17 credit unions, and five military-affiliated organizations recognized around the world.
“Year after year, we work with our members to help them to achieve their financial goals and to become more savvy consumers,” said Anabela Grenier, Pioneer Valley Credit Union president and CEO. “We have been putting the savings needs of our members first for 95 years and are delighted to offer products, financial workshops, and convenient tools geared toward their success. America Saves is a wonderful program which works in concert with our philosophy to help members as they make their journey to a better financial future.”