Logix Doubles Down on College of the Canyons
To add a silver lining to such as difficult year for students, Logix Federal Credit Union in November offered a matching gift that raised more than $7,500 to benefit the Student Resource & Success Fund at College of the Canyons.
Donors were able to contribute either online or by stopping by a branch to pick up a collectible Robix lapel pin with a suggested minimum donation. Through its Double Your Dollars campaign, Logix matched dollar-for-dollar each donation received by the Logix Community Stars Foundation, a nonprofit operated by the credit union’s employee volunteers.
“Students are facing growing challenges during these unprecedented times, and they need our support,” Logix Community Relations Specialist Stacey Klein said. “The Student Resource and Success Fund is vital to supporting the well-being and academic success of COC students affected by job loss, childcare demands, technology needs, and more.”
Klein, who is also a member of the COC Foundation Chancellor’s Circle, added that Logix is grateful to its members and the entire Santa Clarita Valley community who also recognize the importance of helping students impacted by the pandemic and its social and economic implications.
“We’re fortunate that Logix continues to be a partner to the college, and to our community,” said James Kneblik, Director of Development for the College of the Canyons Foundation. “To have donors who truly care about giving back helps ensure the success of College of the Canyons students. This gift comes at the end of a challenging year and the needs faced by our students are significant.”
With more than 36,000 members living in the Santa Clarita Valley, Logix has a long track record of contributing to local organizations, including Circle of Hope, SCV Project Linus and more.
Logix Community Stars Foundation has been serving local charities in the credit union’s branch market areas through financial contributions and volunteerism since 2007. The foundation board is composed of employee volunteers who organize giving campaigns and manage volunteer opportunities. For more information about the organization, visit www.custars.org.
ADVERTISE WITH US
Even in the best of times, restaurants are tough businesses to operate — and now more than ever, your favorite restaurants are being faced with even more hardships as a result of COVID-19. A lack of consumer demand, no in-dining experiences, and a...
What started out as a passion for burgers, bacon and craft beer has become a national phenomenon that pushes the culinary envelope. Slater’s 50/50 is now the place that boasts a family-friendly environment with delicious selections that include an array of...
We all know that we do not live in a perfect world. We learn to experience pain and hurt from the time we were pushed on the playground as children. We never gave up; we got up and continued to push through. Throughout our lives we experience ups and downs. No...
ABOUT THE MAGAZINE
Santa Clarita Magazine has set a high standard for excellence in advertising for over 30 years. A family owned and operated business, Santa Clarita Magazine has grown with the Santa Clarita Valley since 1990 and become the #1 place to advertise locally.