First Commerce Credit Union Provides Relief to Marianna After Recent Storms

First Commerce Credit Union (FCCU) and its team members jumped into action to assist Marianna, Florida, after tornadoes left the community without power and supplies last week.

FCCU team members from Tallahassee and Marianna gathered supplies and purchased food to host a Free Community Cookout, providing more than 300 hot meals and bottled water to those in need.

“I am incredibly proud of how quickly our team responded to meet the needs of the Marianna community when they needed it most,” said Cecilia Homison, First Commerce CEO. “Our team members are a shining example of the culture of care we strive to provide for our members and the communities we serve.”

Each year, FCCU supports hundreds of organizations through donations, sponsorships, and volunteer service hours. FCCU has a history of hosting cookouts following inclement weather in the area. Last October, FCCU held two cookouts providing more than 1,000 hot meals in Nashville and Valdosta, Georgia, including automatic and immediate financial relief programs to members who were impacted by Hurricane Idalia. Additionally, five years ago, FCCU held a cookout after Hurricane Michael damaged parts of the Florida Panhandle.

To learn more about how First Commerce supports its members and communities, visit

Written by
Lizeth George
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