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CSS Provider LendKey To Raise Hurricane Sandy Funds At GAC
NEW YORK (2/21/13)--Cloud-based lending services provider LendKey (formerly Fynanz) will raise funds for credit union victims of Hurricane Sandy at this year's Credit Union National Association Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC).

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LendKey is CUNA Strategic Services provider.

"The destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy was devastating to the New York City area," said LendKey CEO Vince Passione. "Our employees, and many of our clients, are residents in some of the hardest hit areas of New York and New Jersey. Their perseverance and dedication to their communities inspired us to match their courage with action."

Based in New York City, LendKey has strong ties to the East Coast victims of last fall's Hurricane Sandy. The company has pledged to raise donations for the storm's victims through the National Credit Union Foundation's CUAid.coop disaster relief fund, the only national online disaster relief fundraising center for credit union staff, volunteers and members.

LendKey will donate $5 for every business card posted on its booth's "Goodwill Wall" at Booth No. 347 at the GAC Feb. 24-28, in Washington, D.C.
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