The Wednesday Summer Concert Series is in full swing and Dawn Danielsen, Branch Manager of Island Federal Credit Union participates in every one of the events. Island Federal is a loyal member of Port Jefferson Station/Terryville Chamber of Commerce. This year, they are the postcard sponsor for the series of live performances at the Train Car Park. Thank you, Dawn.

Making the most of the well attended concerts so far, Dawn happily prepares for the next. With marketing materials, Island Federal staffer by her side, and a smile, she meets members of the local community at the events. Whether it is information on low car loans rates, or home equity lines of credit, Island Federal is at the ready.

“This is my community. I grew up here. My children and I all graduated from Comsewogue School District. I love being here, a part of the Port Jefferson Station/Terryville Chamber of Commerce. It is respected for promoting businesses,” Dawn explained.

Island Federal Credit Union is a Member-Service Credit Union. Dawn describes the pride she has in her staff and how they operate. She explains their training program and how they provide personal attention. They do banking face to face. Dawn’s Selden branch has received letters from members praising the service they received.

In the communities around us, they are a staple. They have branches on the Stony Brook University campus, as well as Stony Brook Medicine, easterly, in Riverhead and deep into Nassau County.

Their work goes way beyond banking. They have a partnership with Stony Brook University and Medicine. During the height of the pandemic, Island Federal supported the staff of Stony Brook Medicine with lunches, dinners and snacks. They sponsor National Nurses Week at the hospital by sending baskets of snacks and flowers to the hospital and Veterans Home nurses.

Additionally, they are an annual supporter of the Stony Brook Film Festival

For information on this and more contact Island Federal Credit Union at, call 631.851.1100 or visit them at 920 Middle Country Road, Selden.