Heart of Louisiana Credit Union will award three scholarships to three young members that will be graduating from high school in 2020. The Cheryl N Ray $1,500 college scholarship and two $1,000 college scholarships will be awarded. Your scholarship packet is in the link below. Good luck and call 619-1900 with any questions.
This past Saturday, several staff members and their family spent time helping out at the Food Bank of Central Louisiana. Together, these volunteers helped pack over 90 boxes for the 'Adopt-A-Senior' Program. The Adopt-A-Senior Program was designed to help supplement impoverished seniors nutritional needs so that they are not faced with the difficult decision ofchoosing between medicine, rent and food.
Three young members are headed off to college with Heart of Louisiana Credit Union Scholarships this Fall.
William Daniel - $1,500 Cheryl N Ray College Scholarship - graduates from Pineville High School with a 3.5 GPA this month. He plans to attend Louisiana Technical University in Ruston to major in Biology, with future plans for Pre-Med.
Jude Soileau - $1,000 Heart of Louisiana Credit Union College Scholarship - graduates with a 2.5 from Grace Christian. He will continue his education for Nursing at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Heart of Louisiana Credit Union member Cynthia Thompson is the latest winner in the prize-linked savings program, Lucky Lagniappe. The program encourages credit union members across Louisiana to save more toward their future by offering monthly, quarterly and annual cash prizes of up to $5,000.
All Heart of Louisiana Credit Union branches and offices will be closed on Good Friday, April 19th, and Saturday, April 20th, for Easter. All locations will open with normal operating hours on Monday, April 21st.
As always, account access is available 24 hours a day via Online Banking and your FREE Mobile App.
Congratulations to Deputy Mark Harvey II for being named the March 2019 Heart of Louisiana Award Recipient! Mark has served his country by serving in the US mlitary. Now he serves his community as part of the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office and his involvement with the Special Olympics of Cenla. You are an expemplary individual and we thank you for your service to our community.
As a small thank you for everything Mark does, he received an award plaque along with a gift bag filled with a variety of restaurant gift cards and Heart of Louisiana Credit Union goodies.