Yolo County, CA: Yolo Federal Credit Union announced a multi-year sponsorship with Football Club Davis (FC Davis) for $30,000. FC Davis uses soccer as a platform to gather, grow, and create a better community. This sponsorship demonstrates Yolo Federal’s commitment to the community's prosperity and the credit union motto of people helping people.
“Supporting a semi-professional soccer team in Yolo County helps bring people together over their shared love of soccer,” said Jenee Rawlings, Yolo FCU President/CEO. “These types of local programs ultimately create a stronger and safer community and are a fun way to spend time with family and friends. I am looking forward to watching FC Davis take the field!”
FC Davis plays a valuable role within Yolo County by creating a bridge to success for local communities through soccer. "Yolo Federal Credit Union’s support of FC Davis is a positive move in developing our local soccer ecosystem and enhancing our region,” said Adam Lewin, Owner of FC Davis. “Their support of FC Davis allows us to fulfill our highest aspirations as an organization, and we are excited to build a platform of excellence to inspire local athletes to achieve their most inspirational dreams on and off the field."
The club uses soccer as a vehicle for social good. It is committed to developing players on and off the field as well as identifying and supporting local talent from local youth programs. “The pandemic severely impacted many athletic programs. We want to do our part to help programs like FC Davis thrive in our community,” said Kelley Jacobsen, Yolo FCU Vice President of Marketing & Operations. “FC Davis is an excellent community-based organization, and I’m personally excited to attend a game with my family and share in the enthusiasm.”
Yolo Federal Credit Union has been serving the local communities since 1954. Membership is available to anyone that lives, works, worships, or attends school in Yolo County. Yolo FCU is federally insured by the NCUA. To learn more about Yolo Federal Credit Union, visit www.yolofcu.org or call (530) 668-2700.