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Real Kids Wear Pink

Broadview, together with credit union members, is supporting Real Kids Wear Pink during October.

Real Kids Wear Pink was started by 11-year-old Carli O. of Albany in 2017. Carli wanted to bring young people together to raise breast cancer awareness and funds for research. All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society. 

Thank you for your support. 


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Giving for Good

Giving never felt so good!

A donation of one dollar a month may not seem like much but imagine the impact if each Broadview member participated in the credit union’s Giving for Good program and donated $12 each year. 

Through the support of our members and employees enrolled in Giving for Good, we’re able to build on our investments and provide quick assistance to organizations when they need it the most.


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Seeking Support?

Broadview supports non-profits in our communities in a number of ways.

We focus on investments that create impact with opportunities to collaborate, share resources, and most importantly, become better partners.

Before requesting funding, please review eligibility and our areas of focus.


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Freight Farm

What is a Freight Farm?

It is a 40-foot hydroponic growing container that allows anyone, anywhere, at any time, to be a farmer. Broadview has been farming in these containers since 2018 and donating more than 20,000 heads of lettuce a year to local nonprofits to help the fight against hunger.

In addition to the Freight Farm we operate at our 700 Patroon Creek location in Albany, we have deployed Freight Farms to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Capital Area in Troy, the City Mission of Schenectady, and the Regional Food Bank of NENY to help them grow nutritious produce for the individuals they serve as well as sell the produce to provide revenue to fuel their respective missions.

Community Impact Report

In 2022, Broadview Federal Credit Union provided over $4.6 million in support to nonprofit organizations throughout the communities we serve in New York state.

The Community Impact Report highlights just a few of the many local nonprofits that make our corner of the world a better place.

We cannot do this alone with simply our credit union’s community support investments. Much thanks goes to all the generous members and employees who participate in the Giving for Good Program and our Broadview employees who tallied more than 13,000 volunteer hours during the year.


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