Contributing to the community
In 2012, Canadian credit unions contributed more than $35.6 million last year to aid in the growth and strength of our communities.
In Alberta, we support our communities through financial donations, volunteerism, services and scholarships for local and international initiatives and charitable organizations.
Current community initiatives
Chinook Credit Union team rides for the Heart and Stroke Foundation
On May 2, the Hogs of Brooks will be participating in a Big Bike Ride in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Learn more on their blog.
Servus Credit Union contributes $186,412 for rebuilding flooded Alberta communities
Garth Warner, President and CEO of Servus Credit Union, announced a total donation of $186,412 to Alberta communities devastated by floods in 2013. Read more.
ACCA Cooperative Youth Leadership program
Alberta credit unions will be sending teenage member -owners to the Alberta Community and Cooperative Association (ACCA) Co-operative Leadership Program. It's a great opportunity for youth to enjoy fun outdoor activities and attend engaging sessions. Read more.
Drumheller Dino Den, Chinook Credit Union
Entrepreneurs to-be can pitch their business proposal to a panel of local businesses, and perhaps get their business of the ground. Chinook Credit Union has committed $1,000 to this initiative, along with other local businesses. Read more.
The Moonjar Program, Lakeland Credit Union
The Moonjar financial literacy program is an approachable, interactive session that introduces youth to money management. Read more.
Young & Free Alberta, Servus Credit Union
Servus Credit Union is providing 17 to 25 year olds with a head start and a lot of useful information on banking services. Read more
Accelerated Reading and Math Program/FAT CAT® Accelerated Reading Program, Vermilion Credit Union
Vermilion Credit Union sponsors the Clandonald, Mannville, St. Jerome's Separate and Vermilion Elementary schools every school season with funding that's based on their student enrolment within the program.