Final Gala Preparations Underway!
The Carolinas Credit Union Foundation is excited that you will be joining us at the 2018 Awards Gala later this week! In preparation, we wanted to pass along a few important details.

First, all guests have been assigned to a table and the seating chart is provided below. This chart will also be available for viewing prior to the start of the Gala but we encourage you to take note of your table. We have four open seats so if there is someone from your credit union who would like to attend, please email me directly.

This will be a semi-formal event with cocktail attire encouraged. The reception will feature an open bar. Wine service will be provided during dinner and there will also be a cash bar just outside of the doors. If there are any dietary restrictions that we should be aware of, please email me directly.

For those credit unions being honored for their Desjardins, Maxwell and Herring accomplishments, we ask that you retrieve your award plaque during the reception. Please visit the table beside the Foundation banner to have your credit union's picture taken.

Finally, we would like to thank our many generous sponsors below. All of the event proceeds will benefit the Foundation’s exclusive sponsorship of Victory Junction’s Reach Program.

We look forward to seeing you this Thursday as we honor the 2018 Award Winners. Remember that your ticket to the Gala provides you free access to the LAUNCH Conference the next day!
Awards Gala Schedule of Events
5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception & Award Photos
7:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Plated Dinner
7:45 p.m.  Awards Presentation & Entertainment by Jonathan Byrd
Contact the Foundation:
Lauren Whaley, President | 919-600-8219 | E-mail |

The Carolinas Credit Union Foundation was incorporated in 1993 as a charitable organization dedicated to the embodiment of the “people helping people” philosophy of credit unions. The Foundation is currently partnering with Victory Junction to power its new outreach program called Reach, bringing specialized camp-style programming to children and families year-round at hospitals and Ronald McDonald Houses in the Carolinas. It also serves as a partner in philanthropy with credit unions, assisting charitable giving through donor-advised funds, managing scholarship programs, supporting small credit unions with professional development grants, and aiding disaster relief for the local, national, and global credit union communities.