FOX CITIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 2019 Bike to the Beat Registrations donate Over $56,000 to the Fox Cares Foundation

Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Oct. 3.

Bike to the Beat Track 4 had another successful year! This year we had 3, 612 riders, young and old which is 10% more than last year.

Every penny from the bike registrations is donated to the Fox Cares Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Fox Communities Credit Union. This year that was a whopping $56,287, which was almost $5000 more than Bike to the Beat in 2018. Learn more about the foundation at

Those funds help a lot of families in our communities, as the funds from the foundation help with putting food on the table, a roof over their head, and the arts in their heart.

Bike to the Beat is a bike ride for all ages and abilities that took place on Saturday August 3rd at Woodward Radio Group, 2800 E. College Ave. Appleton, and St. Norbert’s College. There were original artists, refreshments, and food at all the stops and the my Team Triumph team a local non-profit that allows those with disabilities, who would normally not be able to participate in this type of event, have the opportunity to do so.

Fox Communities Credit Union is 82 years strong and today serves over 106,000 members with 22 branches. As a member-owned financial institution, Fox prioritizes people over profits. Fox has made a commitment to remain vital in the communities we serve, through our support and involvement. Fox has over 420 dedicated employees and more than $1.8 billion in assets. In 2018, Fox was awarded the best performing Credit Union by S&P Global. In 2019, Fox was voted best credit union in both the Valley and the Bay in the Bank or Credit Union category.

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