The Saint Martin’s Home for the Aged was the recipient on June 19 of a new desktop computer and all in one Printer, Scanner, Fax and Copier from the G.U.T Credit Union to assist them with the proper administration of the home.
Managing Director of the home, Lurine Morain thanked the Credit union for its speedy response to their request.
She said that the much needed equipment will go a very long way in improving the administration of the home because the present equipment was obsolete and presented a lot of difficulties for them”.
According to Treasurer of the Credit Union, Joslyn Augustus, the Teachers’ Credit Union “is committed to the philosophy of ‘people helping people’ whether they are our members or our neighbors”.
“This leads the credit union and our employees to partner with great organisations like Saint Martin’s Home for the Aged to help continue their work of caring for the senior citizens of Grenada Carriacou and petite Martinique”, she said.
The G.U.T Credit Union, which is celebrating its 30th Anniversary, is recognised as the fastest growing Credit Union in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique with assets of over 93 million dollars and branches serving its members from five locations including Carriacou.
Membership is opened to all salaried workers in Grenada and family members and friends living in the Diaspora.