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 the Police Activities League of Massena
SeaComm recently presented a $5,000 check to the Police Activities League (PAL) of Massena. The donation was used to support the Annual Charity Golf Tournament, which was held at The River Course at Louisville Landing on June 11, 2021. The tournament raised more than $15,000 for the Massena based organization, and the proceeds will help to promote positive interactions and relationships between community youth and law enforcement officers through fun and engaging programs.
Pictured from left are SeaComm President & Chief Executive Officer Scott A. Wilson and SeaComm Senior VP of Lending Operations & PAL Board Director Sherry Thompson.
SeaComm Surprises Watertown Shoppers With Free Groceries
SeaComm recently paid for nearly $2,000 in grocery costs throughout the city of Watertown. On Tuesday, June 15, SeaComm staff visited six grocery stores and surprised 12 unsuspecting shoppers by covering the cost of their groceries. This gesture is part of the credit union’s Pay-It-Forward Program, which enables SeaComm staff to perform random acts of kindness in the communities they serve. SeaComm opened its newest branch location at 605 Coffeen Street in Watertown, following a merger with United Neighbors Credit Union in April 2021.
Pictured from left are Linda Heath and SeaComm Marketing Communications Specialist Tyler LeBoeuf.
SeaComm Pays for 100 Orders at Dunkin' in Potsdam
SeaComm recently covered the cost of drive-thru orders at Dunkin’, in Potsdam. Beginning at 11am, the first 100 drive-thru customers to arrive on National Donut Day, June 4, had their order paid for by the credit union. SeaComm staff also provided each individual with a phone fan, reusable straw, ball cap, and other giveaway items. This gesture is part of the credit union’s Pay-It-Forward Program, which enables SeaComm staff to perform random acts of kindness in the communities they serve.
Pictured from left are Dawn Stevenson and SeaComm Business Development Manager Jerry Manor.
SeaComm Supports Aspire Together
SeaComm recently donated $500 to Aspire Together in Burlington. The donation will be used to support the “Rise And Run” 5K Walk For Life, which is being held on June 5 at Orchard School in South Burlington. Proceeds from the race will be used to fund the Aspire Together-Medical Mobile Unit, which will provide life-saving ultrasound services to the most vulnerable, while solving their transportation challenges.
Pictured (l to r) from Aspire Together are Client Advocate Grace Sunderland, Executive Director Deb Couture, Registered Nurse Lynne Caulfield, SeaComm Business Development Representative Jordon LeBlanc, and Aspire Together Administrative Assistant Devon Dougall.
SeaComm Surprises Local Businesses with Pizza
SeaComm recently showed its appreciation for local businesses with deliveries of pizza. The credit union purchased 50 pizzas from Mimmo’s, and delivered them to more than 20 businesses throughout Essex. This random act of kindness is part of the SeaComm Pay-It-Forward program, and an effort to support the local business sector that plays a vital role in the community. The credit union has nine branch locations across Vermont and New York State, and opened its Essex branch in April 2021.
Pictured (l to r) from SeaComm are Financial Service Representative Christopher Bird and Business Development Representative Jordon LeBlanc.
SeaComm Supports Louisville Summer Bash
SeaComm recently donated $500 in support of the Louisville Summer Bash. The funds will help provide inflatable bounce houses and other fun attractions for all children attending the event, which is being held August 20-22, 2021.
Pictured from left are SeaComm IRA Specialist Jeff Reynolds and Louisville Town Clerk Joanne Cameron.
SeaComm Surprises Watertown Residents With a Free Car Wash
SeaComm recently covered the cost of car washes at Classy Chassy, in Watertown. Beginning at 11am, the first 50 customers to arrive on Friday, May 21, received a “Bubble Bath” car wash paid for by the credit union. SeaComm staff also provided each individual with a free cooler, phone fan, and other giveaway items. This gesture is part of the credit union’s Pay-It-Forward Program, which enables SeaComm staff to perform random acts of kindness in the communities they serve. SeaComm recently opened its newest branch location at 605 Coffeen Street in Watertown, following a merger with United Neighbors Credit Union in April 2021.
Pictured from left are SeaComm Business Development Manager Jerry Manor, Derrick Webb, and SeaComm Marketing Communications Specialist Tyler LeBoeuf.
SeaComm Supports the New York State Sheriff's Association
SeaComm recently donated $5,000 to the New York State Sheriff’s Association. The funds will be used to support the NYS Sheriff’s Summer Camp, which combines summer recreation with activities designed to teach an understanding and respect for our laws, and the men and women who enforce them. Most children attending the camp would not otherwise have an opportunity for vacation travel or a summer camp experience.
Pictured from left are Undersheriff Sean O’Brien, Sheriff Brooks Bigwarfe, and SeaComm President & Chief Executive Officer Scott A. Wilson.