Newport News, Va. – (December 29, 2022) – Langley Federal Credit Union employees nominated local nonprofit agencies for their annual Make a Difference Donation Campaign. These donations are comprised of employee payroll deduction gifts and matching funds from the Langley for Families Foundation. Employee giving reached an all-time high over the course of 2022 with $51,555 donated through Langley’s payroll giving program. When combined with LFCU’s 100% match, the Foundation distributed $103,110 end-of-year donations to employee-selected nonprofits! 

At the end of the year, Langley employees who have been donating by payroll deduction are invited to nominate a nonprofit agency of their choice to receive a portion of the collective contributions made through the payroll giving program. A total of 65 nonprofit organizations were nominated by at least one Langley employee to receive an end-of-year donation, with each nomination benefitting the nonprofit by $1,322. All employee-nominated agencies are listed below, and Langley donors were given the option to personally deliver these donations to their nonprofit of choice (pictured below).

2022 Employee Nominated Nonprofits

Nonprofit Name Employee Donor
Alternatives, Inc Erin Sullivan
American Cancer Society Anonymous
American Red Cross of Coastal Virginia Lisa Shealey
Barry Robinson Center Anonymous
Boy Scouts of America – Colonial Virginia Council William Sampson
Boys and Girls Club of Virginia Peninsula Tom Ryan
Care Net Peninsula Heather Caldwell and Angeli Chesson
Center for Child and Family Services Nicole Baker
Center for Sexual Assault Survivors Brandy Scarborough and Bonnie Walker
Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters (CHKD) Tina Cortado, Deb Vollmer, Melinda Wren, and (2) Anonymous
CHIPS Najib Khan
Connect With A Wish Anonymous
Council of Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squads Michelle DeMuro
Crisis Pregnancy Center of Tidewater Anonymous
Daniel’s Grace Lisa Brickson
Eastern Virginia Medical School – Strelitz Diabetes Center Anonymous
Edmarc Jerome Fowlkes and Robin Huxford
Elmer Back Gifting Center (2) Anonymous
Faith Recovery Kim Rath
Families of Autistic Children of Tidewater (FACT) Amy Mallinson
Fear 2 Freedom Fred Hagerman
Food Closet of York County – Church Women United Anonymous
FreeKind Jose Iregui
G.R.O.W Foundation Anonymous
GVBK The Giveback Foundation Anonymous
Hampton Roads Community Action Program (HRCAP) Sandy Steward
Hampton Roads Pride Felisa Carrington
Hampton Roads Refugee Relief Daphne D. Porter
HELP, Inc. Anonymous
HER Shelter Tonya Brown
Hope Vibes Eric Shoen
Lackey Clinic Kristi Forehand
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Jason Tuttle
LGBT Life Center Miles Burcher and Caroline Raulerson
LINK of Hampton Roads Robert Lefkowicz
Make-A-Wish Foundation Michael Alston
Mercy Chefs Anonymous
Mutts With a Mission Casey Fry and Anonymous
PANCAN – Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Samantha Estness
Patient Advocate Foundation Amy Scott
Peake Childhood Center Jennifer Edwards
Peninsula Agency on Aging Inc. Ingo Huemer
Planned Parenthood – Hampton Health Center Jason Portell
Poquoson Education Foundation Amanda Berg and Michael Berg
Riverside Foundation: Bethune Hill Community Health Clinic Anonymous
Salvation Army Peninsula Command Alyssa Towns and Anonymous
Samaritan House Anonymous
Tabb High Tiger Band Parents Association Inc. Sheila Brown
The Governor’s School for the Arts Foundation Lindsey Kelly
The Rhythm Project of Virginia Arts Festival Alex Curinga
The Safe House Project Anonymous
THRIVE Peninsula Kimberly Bradley and Anonymous
Tidewater Youth Services Foundation Daniella Leticia Reed
Transitions Family Violence Services Jamie Darden
Union Mission Rosemary Ralston
United Way of the Virginia Peninsula Liz Wolfson
Virginia Peninsula Foodbank Anonymous
Voices for Kids CASA Program of Southeast Virginia Lahnie Reilly
Western Tidewater Free Clinic Barbara Rosa
Williamsburg House of Mercy, Inc. Anonymous
YWCA South Hampton Roads Kelli Ragland