Taking Action

Our team embraced our social mission to address food, housing, and transportation insecurities while empowering financial wellness. Team Advia contributed over 6,500 collective hours to volunteer at various non-profit organizations. This hands-on involvement creates measurable and positive impact within the communities we proudly serve.

ACTION Volunteer Hours

Advancing Community Ties in Our Neighborhoods (ACTION) allows our team to share their passion through active volunteerism at area non-profit organizations. Individual and group efforts helped to support efforts like Habitat Houses, stocking and serving food, caring for animals, and so much more.

Volunteer hours pie chart

Advia volunteers lit up the eastside with Building Blocks of Kalamazoo. 200+ solar lights have been installed for safety and beautification over the past 2 years.

Mike King, Interim Executive Director of Battle Creek Habitat for Humanity, thanked Advia for crucial support. From July 2022 to June 2023, BC Habitat completed 47 home repairs, built 27 ramps, finished 10 critical projects, and achieved the largest home remodel in 14 years.

Advians passionately supported Tree House Child and Family Center, who combats child abuse, empowers parents, and provides crucial caregiver support.

Advians found fulfillment volunteering at Barn Sanctuary, caring for rescued farmed animals, and providing love to those who have been abused and neglected.

Our team delivers impactful financial presentations at area schools and partners with organizations such as the Burma Center and KRESA, ensuring holistic financial well-being for households.

In 2023, Advia Credit Union actively supported Walworth County Food & Diaper Bank, aiding in the distribution of essential items like food, diapers, and menstrual supplies.

Advia's volunteers supported "Cycling Without Age," aiding adults with dementia. Grateful for Advia's support, they doubled impact from "2 bikes, 1,730 rides in 2023 to 5 bikes, 2,700 rides in 2024."

Advians volunteered at Edgerton Healing Garden, planted 600+ perennials along a 2,000 sq. ft. pollinator berm. According to Mark Dwyer, Healing Garden Manager, "The crew did a great job planting coneflowers, penstemon, coreopsis, and more—all benefiting pollinators."