NET Credit Union Donates to The Greater Scranton YMCA

NET Credit Union donated $10,000 to The Greater Scranton YMCA to benefit their 2021 Capital Campaign. The Capital Campaign benefits renovations to serve their community better.

The YMCA currently offers numerous programs to benefit all ages and demographics of our local community. The donations from The Capital Campaign will go towards a new kitchen that will benefit current and future programs and a new Welcome Center that will be more “user friendly” and secure for both staff and members. These updated areas will allow The YMCA to offer more programs and services.

The YMCA is a Preffered Partner Group of NET Credit Union. This means all staff is able to Bank On NET. We apprecaite all of our relationships with our Preffered Partners, especially ones that benefit our local community like The Greater Scranton YMCA.

Women’s Resource Center Restoring Hope Capital Campaign

For more than 40 years the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) has been restoring hope for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in our community.  WRC is excited to announce it recently launched the Restoring Hope Capital Campaign. This campaign will help ensure the organization’s ability to continue to provide life-saving services in our communities through this financial support. Communities in Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties have already begun responding to requests for campaign support. To date, the Restoring Hope Campaign has raised more than $1.4 Million dollars! The majority of which has come from the generosity of individuals, businesses, foundations, and families.

“The Restoring Hope Capital Campaign is a total community effort and its success thus far is thanks to an overwhelming group of volunteers and donors. The funds raised through this campaign will have a lasting impact on the lives of many families.” -Peg Ruddy, WRC Executive Director

The Women’s Resource Center provides comprehensive services for adult and child victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence. human trafficking and stalking in Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties. Services include a crisis hotline, crisis counseling, emergency shelter, safe housing, legal services, support services, community prevention education, and advocacy.

To support this campaign you can visit or for more information call email or email (570) 346-4460, ext. 108.