Sebasticook Valley FCU continues commitment to Maine Credit Union League’s End Hunger Campaign

PITTSFIELD – Sebasticook Valley Federal Credit Union  is proud to announce its continued support for the Maine Credit Union League’s Campaign for Ending Hunger. As a longstanding member of the Maine Credit Union League, Sebasticook Valley FCU has actively participated in fundraising efforts to combat hunger in Maine communities. For its efforts, the Maine Credit Union League rewarded Sebasticook Valley FCU with a bonus, bringing the total available for them to distribute to Maine hunger organizations to $31,592.16 this year.

Since beginning its support for the Campaign for Ending Hunger the credit union has raised over $400,000, contributing significantly to the collective efforts of credit unions across Maine. In 2023, the Campaign raised a remarkable $1,221,868.94. These funds are crucial in addressing food insecurity and supporting hunger relief organizations throughout the state.  

“We are honored to be part of the Maine Credit Union League’s mission to end hunger in Maine,” said credit union President Jim Lemieux. “Our members and employees have shown tremendous dedication and generosity in supporting this cause, and we are grateful for their contributions. It aligns with our collective mission of ‘people helping people.’” 

The Campaign for Ending Hunger is a statewide initiative led by the Maine Credit Union League, where 100 percent of the funds raised are returned to hunger organizations in Maine. The campaign aims to alleviate hunger and provide essential support to individuals and families facing food insecurity. 

Sebasticook Valley FCU encourages community members to join in the fight against hunger by donating or volunteering with local organizations dedicated to this cause. For more information about the Campaign for Ending Hunger and how to get involved, please visit

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