Financial Literacy and Community | RTN GoodWorks Foundation

RTN GoodWorks Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, public charitable foundation that fosters financial wellness, and promotes financial literacy and community involvement. Founded in 2011, the RTN GoodWorks Foundation is a natural outgrowth of the Credit Union’s commitment to community activities and financial literacy as a key component of financial health efforts.

While we initially postponed the Walk until the fall, we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Walk due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Save the date for next year’s Walk — Sunday, June 13, 2021.

Recent Donations

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Sarita Ledani (l) presents a check to Edna Peters, Board of Directors member from Into Action Recovery, to support Into Action Recovery’s Scholarship Program in Tewksbury.

RTN GoodWorks Foundation supports organizations in communities where RTN Credit Union branches are located and has donated more than $234,000 since 2011.

We received a generous $1,500 donation from Enterprise Car Sales in late 2019 and donated to organizations in each of the three RTN sales regions.

In the North Shore region, we recently donated $600 to the Scholarship Fund of Into Action Recovery, a structured residential 12-step recovery program for drug and alcohol addiction in Tewksbury.

In the Greater Boston region, we donated $500 to Waltham WATCH’s Tenant Assistance Fund. This fund helps Waltham residents with emergency basic needs who cannot get funding elsewhere such as for transportation to the emergency room, a sleeping bag for someone who is homeless, a few nights of shelter in a hotel, or a rental truck to pick up free furniture from Acton.

In the MetroWest region, we donated $500 on Giving Tuesday to the Worcester Family Health Center’s Help Us Build a Clinic at the Mustard Seed to Care for People Experiencing Homelessness project.

Your involvement helps our ongoing efforts.

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