At SeaComm, we’re committed to the credit union philosophy, “People Helping People.”
We’re focused on making our communities a better place to live, and we believe there’s no better way to do that than by giving back.
That’s why we proudly support local organizations to help strengthen the neighborhoods we serve and improve the quality of life for residents within our membership area. As your neighbor, we’re deeply involved with the community through volunteer efforts and financial contributions.
SeaComm Supports Back The Pack Program of Massena
SeaComm recently donated $295 to the Back the Pack Program of Massena. The donation was funded by SeaComm employees, and will help to provide healthy snacks for less-fortunate children, who would otherwise not meet the basic needs for food.
Pictured from left are SeaComm Mortgage Loan Officer Tara Cusworth and Back the Pack Committee Chairperson Julianne Paquin.
SeaComm Supports Ogtoberfest
SeaComm recently donated $250 in support of the 8th Annual Ogtoberfest. The funds will be used to sponsor several events taking place at the festival, which is coordinated by the Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce. The festivities will be held on September 28, 2019, providing local residents with German-themed music, food, raffles and a vendor show.
Pictured from left are Wayne Izzo, Chamber Board Member; John Wade, President, Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce; Danielle Uppstrom, SeaComm Branch Manager; Laura Pearson, Executive Director, Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce; Kevin McDonough, Chamber Board Member and Amanda Hitterman, Chamber Board Member.
SeaComm Donates to South Burlington School District
SeaComm recently donated a large quantity of school supplies and backpacks to the elementary schools in the South Burlington School District. The school supplies will be given out to classrooms at Rick Marcotte School, Orchard School, and Chamberlin School, to ensure that each student is well-prepared for a successful new school year.
Pictured from left are SeaComm Business Development Representative Jonathan Manor and Chamberlin School Principal Holly Rouelle.
SeaComm Surprises Burlington with Free Ice Cream
SeaComm recently provided 469 Burlington residents with free ice cream from Ben & Jerry’s, on Church Street. This random act of kindness is part of SeaComm’s Pay It Forward Program, which is an initiative to further support the communities they serve. The credit union will open its seventh branch location in South Burlington at the end of 2019.
Pictured from left are the following SeaComm employees; Financial Advisor David Brown, Business Development Representative Jonathan Manor, and Marketing Communications Specialist Tyler LeBoeuf.
SeaComm Supports the Westville Historical Organization
SeaComm recently donated $250 to the Westville Historical Organization. The funds will be used to assist with the organization’s upcoming exhibit area expansion, which will provide visitors with a comprehensive view on the history of the Westville area.
Pictured from left are SeaComm Branch Manager Joanne Langdon, and Westville Historical Organization Representative Earl Jackson.
SeaComm Pays It Forward to Franklin County Fairgoers
SeaComm recently purchased 400 ride tickets at the Franklin County Fair in Malone, and donated them back to families attending the fair on Children’s Day. In addition to ride tickets, SeaComm also provided fairgoers with complimentary water bottle fans. This gesture is part of SeaComm’s Pay-it-Forward Program, which is an effort by SeaComm to further support the communities it serves.
Pictured from left are SeaComm Marketing Communications Specialist Tyler LeBoeuf and Franklin County Fairgoers Ashley Ploof, and Rebecca Howard.
SeaComm Lends Support to Madrid-Waddington School
SeaComm recently donated $250 to the Yellow Jacket Connection Event at Madrid-Waddington Central School. The Yellow Jacket Connection Event was established to bring the community and school together, in an effort to assist students in need throughout the school year. The funds will be used to help purchase back to school necessities, including backpacks, school supplies, and clothing.
Pictured from left are SeaComm Teller Stephenie Curran, and Madrid-Waddington High School Principal Joe Binion.
SeaComm Supports Jerry's Run for Cancer
SeaComm recently donated $250 to the Jerry’s Run For Cancer Organization. The funds have been used to assist the organization in raising money for their Annual Motorcycle Run, which was created in honor of the late Jerry Ferguson, who lost his battle with cancer in 2012. The organization provides financial assistance to cancer patients in both St. Lawrence and Jefferson counties.
Pictured from left is Jerry’s Run For Cancer Board Member Kevin Sellers, and SeaComm Branch Manager Danielle Uppstrom.
SeaComm Donates to Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival
SeaComm recently donated $1,000 in support of the 59th Annual Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival. The funds have been used to sponsor numerous festival events, including the fireworks show, amusement rides, music in the park, and the Seaway Festival Parade.
Pictured from left are SeaComm Teller Alexus Foster and Seaway Festival President Christopher Cole.