Upcoming Events at GOLD

We'd love to see you at one of our upcoming events. Whether that's a seminar, supporting our community, free shred day, our annual meeting or member appreciation day, you're invited!

What's Coming Up Next?    

  • Children's Gala and Donley Awards: GOLD is happy to sponsor the Community Services for Children's (CSC) annual Children's Gala and Donley Awards fundraising event on Saturday, October 7. CSC is the leader in providing early education excellence and family services for the economically disadvantaged. 
  • Columbus Day Holiday Closure: GOLD will be closed in honor of Columbus Day on Monday, October 9. 
  • GreenPath Webinar: Join our friends at GreenPath Financial Wellness for an online webinar, “Sinking Funds: Your Savings Strategy for (Un)Expected Expenses," to learn about sinking funds and how you can structure your savings to prepare for the unexpected on Wednesday, October 11, from 1:00-1:30 PM. Register to attend
  • Trunk or Treat: GOLD is looking forward to participating in two Trunk or Treat events in the Lehigh Valley on Thursday, October 19. Two teams of GOLD employees will be dressed in their best costumes to hand out candy to all the trick or treaters at CAI Learning Academy and the Greater Valley YMCA Allentown Branch. 
  • Steak and Burger Gala: GOLD is a proud sponsor of the Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem's annual Steak & Burger Dinner on Friday, October 20. This event brings the Boys & Girls Club community of supporters together for a fun-filled evening to meet and share a meal with the kids. In addition to celebrating with the youth, attendees will have the opportunity to meet the Mayor of Bethlehem, J. William Reynolds, and former Philadelphia Eagles Running Back, Brian Westbrook. 
  • Member Appreciation Day: GOLD is hosting Member Appreciation Day on Saturday, October 28, from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM at Madeline's in Fogelsville. 
  • St. Luke’s Dinner by Starlight: GOLD is thrilled to be a sponsor of St. Luke's Dinner by Starlight fundraising event on Friday, November 10. This year, proceeds from the event will benefit a new OB operating room in the Women & Babies tower at the St. Luke's Allentown Campus.
  • Greater Valley Community Gala: GOLD is humbled to be honored at the YMCA's Greater Valley Community Gala on Saturday, November 11. The event supports the Greater Valley YMCA's mission, financial assistance, and essential community service programs.
  • GOLD Shred Event: GOLD is hosting a shred event on Tuesday, November 14, from 3-5 PM. BSA Troop 71 of Macungie will be on-site to join us as well to collect non-perishable food donations (no glass jars, please) in support of the Scouting for Food initiative. 

That's just what's happening in the next few months. Keep scrolling to see all of our event categories and how you can get in the action. 

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We believe personal financial freedom can change the world. It starts with education. We hold no-cost financial seminars throughout the year on topics designed to help you achieve financial success.

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Join us in supporting the local community. Here you'll find a list of both events at GOLD and events out in the community that we're participating in.

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GOLD's Annual Meeting is held in the second quarter of each year. 



We close for select hoidays throughout the year so that our employees can spend time with their families. 

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