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We Invite You to Celebrate With Us!

In 2024, McCoy is celebrating our 70th anniversary with 70 Acts of Kindness for our members, our community, and our team. Stay tuned for some fun surprises that we'll announce throughout the year!


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On January 13, 2024, McCoy and The Russell Home hosted a Fun Run through Cypress Grove Park. This event served as the return of a much-loved community fundraiser for the nonprofit as well as the kickoff for McCoy’s 70 Acts of Kindness campaign for our 70th anniversary. McCoy donated race t-shirts and a start/finish line timer. McCoy team members gathered silent auction items and worked the event on race day. Additionally, several Boone High School students earned volunteer hours by working the registration tent and the water station. The goal was to ensure no costs were incurred for The Russell Home. The grand total of funds raised – from race registration fees, donations, silent auction funds, and a generous community member’s large donation through our WFTV 9 Family Connection partnership – was $16,111.

On January 24, 2024, Marketing and the Lake Nona Branch participated in Lake Nona Middle School’s STEAM Knight event. This is a new OCPS school partnership for us. The event focused on getting students excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. Marketing created a financial education trivia game that engaged both students and parents, encouraging them to learn together. 


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Oak Ridge High School’s head coach for the Track & Field Program shared a need for student athletes, who are raising money for competition, apparel, and equipment. McCoy donated $500 to help them reach their goal. 

On Valentine’s Day, the Risk Management team posted words of encouragement on the bathroom mirror for their fellow team members at the McCoy Road Branch to see throughout the day. Messages included: “There’s no one like you,” “Your ideas matter,” “You can make mistakes,” and “I believe in you,” among many others. With inspiring messages like that, it was impossible to go back to your desk without a smile. 

Long-time partner, Servant’s Heart Ministry, requested assistance with the coins they collected during their Penny Parade event.

A representative visited the McCoy Road Branch to process $1,669.34 worth of coins. McCoy waived the coin processing fee to ensure all funds raised from their event could benefit the work of the ministry, saving them approximately $167.

On February 29, 2024, Marketing and the McCoy Road Branch participated in Walker Middle School’s STEAM Night event, which focused on getting students excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. Marketing created a financial education trivia game that engaged both students and parents, encouraging them to learn together. 


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 On March 8, the Marketing team presented a financial education workshop as part of the Matthew’s Hope Moving Forward program. The goal of the program is to assist participants with getting back to a life of financial freedom through a series of financial education courses. At this event, participants learned about credit and loans through an engaging Jeopardy-style game. 

On March 29, the Michigan Branch hosted a surprise SeaWorld ticket giveaway. Twenty-nine pairs of tickets were tucked inside coin envelopes on the teller line and drive-thru. When team members saw there were tickets inside the coin envelope they were using, they shared with the member that there was a special surprise from McCoy inside. Branch team members had so much fun seeing the joy on people’s faces. Comments included, “Wow! When we have the members look in their envelope, their faces just light up!” Also, “Giving away the tickets is so much fun!” and, “It’s going great. Members are loving the surprise!”

On March 30, McCoy hosted the annual Spring Shred Day event at the McCoy Road Branch. This Act of Kindness was threefold. Team members from Marketing, Facilities, and the McCoy Road Branch assisted members with safely discarding sensitive paperwork while supporting a local Scout troop that was doing the heavy lifting with a $500 donation and thanking our valued members with McCoy-branded gifts that included car organizers, umbrellas, tumblers, dog bowls, and RFID card sleeves. Overall, we served 341 cars and discarded an estimated combined weight of 42,375 pounds of shred.