Philadelphia Federal Credit Union (PFCU) to be title sponsor of DRCC’s Spring Fling!

Delaware River City Corporation (DRCC) is pleased to announce that the Philadelphia Federal Credit Union (PFCU) will be Title Sponsor for the 4th Annual Spring Fling. The Spring Fling, celebrating the 10th anniversary of DRCC’s founding in 2004, will be held on Thursday, May 15 at the Quaker City Yacht Club.

“Philadelphia Federal Credit Union is proud to support this event that will honor Delaware River City Corporation’s Founder and Board Chairman, former Congressman Bob Borski, with its first Lifetime Achievement Award,” said James McAneney, president and CEO of Philadelphia Federal Credit Union. In addition, DRCC will present Mariann Porter Dempsey with the first Outstanding Service Award and Tacony Town Watch will receive the first Community Organization of the Year Award.

The funds raised by the Spring Fling will support DRCC’s planning and development work at the front end of projects and community outreach and engagement objectives to recruit volunteers for the maintenance, security and programming on the North Delaware Riverfront Greenway as it is completed.

“Delaware River City Corporation is very grateful to the Philadelphia Federal Credit Union for this sponsorship. We are excited to continue our relationship with the Philadelphia Federal Credit Union, a supporter of ours for several years,” said Thomas J. Branigan, executive director of Delaware River City Corporation.

Founded in 1951, PFCU is a member-owned, not-for-profit, financial institution serving Philadelphia and Columbia County. PFCU is among the top five credit unions in the Greater Philadelphia area with ten branch locations, more than $895 million in assets, 111,000 members and more than 400 Select Employee Groups (SEGs).

DRCC, a charitable nonprofit organization, is dedicated to building the 11-mile North Delaware Riverfront Greenway, which extends south to Allegheny Avenue in the Port Richmond neighborhood and north to the Poquessing Creek at the city boundary with Bucks County. The Greenway is part of the Delaware River Heritage Trail and the East Coast Greenway. For more information, visit and connect with DRCC on Facebook.


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