Coronavirus: Day Air Credit Union provides $7,500 worth of meals to first responders

Credit: Lisa Powell

Credit: Lisa Powell

An area credit union has donated more than $7,500 worth of meals to first responders in the Dayton area during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Day Air Credit Union provided lunch and dinner to first responders in Kettering, Centerville Washington Twp., Vandalia, Beavercreek, Butler Twp., the University of Dayton and the Veterans Affairs campus.

“We’re pleased to be able to show our appreciation to those who protect and serve our communities during these uncertain times,” said Bill Burke, president and CEO. “Our approach during the COVID-19 pandemic is to ensure the well-being of our associates and members, without the help of first responders this would not be possible.”

Some of the meals provided were from local restaurants and food trucks, such as Beavercreek Pizza Drive, Submarine House and Claybourne Grill.

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Day Air is also offering relief programs to credit union members in communities impacted by the pandemic. Programs include the Here to Help loan, temporarily waiving some fees, suspending foreclosures and vehicle repossessions, PPP loans, Skip-A-Day programs and more. For details, visit

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