Logix in the Community

Logix Federal Credit Union strives to deliver outstanding service to members and the community.

That’s why since 2008, the credit union and its employees have given more than $1,300,000 to local charities through nonprofit foundation, Logix Community Stars. Employees are invested in the community, contributing dollars and volunteer hours to help better the areas Logix serves. More than 73% of staff give via payroll deduction and Logix provides a match.

Logix Community Stars Circle of Hope

Community Stars supports:

For more information and to find out how to give, visit www.custars.org.

The credit union and its staff are dedicated to giving money and time. That’s why in 2009, the Volunteer Time Off Program was launched, sharing more than 2,000 volunteer hours. This initiative allows paid time off for employees to volunteer during the work day.

Logix also participates in a number of community projects and sponsorships.

Robix Pink Ribbon Pin

Logix Community Stars Pink RibbonSince 2002, Logix employees have participated in giving dollars to benefit breast cancer prevention services. In recent years, members and staff have given $5 in exchange for a Robix pink ribbon pin to show their support during October.

The dollars have been distributed to Circle of Hope and Ribbons for Life.

Special Olympics World Games

Logix Community Stars Special OlympicsIn 2015, Logix sponsored Special Olympics World Games.

On July 23, employee volunteers went to the Westfield Valencia Town Center to participate in a parade and to cheer on the athletes of the Faroe Islands, El Salvador, Philippines and Malawi. With support from Logix and Color Me Mine, they were invited to paint a tile with the Special Olympics logo. Each athlete took home his/her artwork to remember the games experience.

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

During the last few years, Logix has been a corporate sponsor of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. In 2016, one of the credit union employees was welcomed onto the hospital foundation’s board of directors.

College of the Canyons

Logix Community Stars Kathryn BargerThe Logix COC Canyon Country Campus Scholarship was created in 2015 for students at College of the Canyons. In 2017, another opportunity was formed, the Kathryn Barger/Logix Scholarship. Students can apply for the scholarship during the application period; and, the selected students are scheduled to receive the award in May.Logix Community Stars Kathryn Barger

Leadership Programs

Since 2009, Logix has been supporting Leadership Burbank and its alumni association, and more recently Leadership Conejo, through sponsorships and participation. The credit union is dedicated to giving employees the opportunity to enhance leadership skills, as well as support local workshops and conferences.

Boys and Girls Club of the Greater Conejo Valley

Logix continues its support of the Boys and Girls Club of the Greater Conejo Valley by supporting the club’s programs and scholarships. One of the credit union’s top managers is involved in the board of directors.

Valley Industry Association’s Connecting to Success

Connecting to Success is a preparation program for high school juniors and seniors in the Santa Clarita Valley. With the Valley Industry Association, the credit union has helped champion this project for more than a decade. At least, 100 volunteers from the business community facilitate this one-day workshop for students through role-playing, case studies, group discussions, and individual assessments. The goal is to help these students understand the expectations of the workplace and give them the tools to enter the workforce as responsible adults.

(Logix is not affiliated with any of the nonprofit institutions listed above.)

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