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Voting for NCSS YIT Program Underway

Posted on January 10, 2014

Voting for NCSS YIT Program Underway

Voting for NCSS Youth in Transition Program underway                      

VSECU members to award $10,000 to two non-profit organizations

We Care 2 is a Vermont State Employees Credit Union (VSECU) member giving program. Through the program VSECU members are provided the opportunity to vote for the recipients of charitable contributions funds.

Charities across the state of Vermont had the opportunity to submit an application, until December 1, 2013, to be considered for one of two $10,000 donations from the VSECU membership.


This year, 49 charities from across the state of Vermont submitted an application to We Care 2. The Community Contributions Committee reviewed the submissions and selected five charitable organizations as finalists, including NCSS' Youth In Transition program. The five selected charitable organizations have the opportunity to rally their supporters through March 11, 2014.

Membership Voting

VSECU members will have the opportunity to vote and select two of the final five to receive a $10,000 donation each. The voting ballot for these organizations will be included with the Annual Meeting Notice that will be delivered in February 2014. Between now and then members are encouraged to learn as much as they can about NCSS' Youth In Transition program so they're ready to cast their vote for the YIT program when the ballot arrives. The $10,000 donations will be presented at the VSECU Annual Meeting March 11, 2014.

Click Here to learn about voting.

NCSS Youth In Transition

NCSS Youth In Transition Program assists youth and young adults throughout Franklin and Grand Isle Counties between the ages of 14-22, with accessing the much needed resources they need while finding their voice as young citizens of Vermont to advocate, and transition successfully into adulthood.

Log onto  to learn more about NCSS' Youth In transition program.