Mentorship Program Builds Bridges Across Continents
Being a cooperative leads to some wonderful opportunities. The Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada's annual Women's Mentorship Program is one such opportunity and we can't wait to welcome our next guest.
Do You Want to Help Guide the Direction of Your Credit Union?
Would you like a seat at the table? We are seeking nominations of qualified candidates to represent our membership and run for election to our Board of Directors.
Community Investment Fund: Call for Applications
Does your community organization need some one-time funding support? We may have the program for you but don't delay; deadline for applications to our Community Investment Fund is October 15, 2017.
We’re Giving Away 1000 $1000 Bursaries!
Would $1000 help you achieve your post-secondary goals? We're now accepting applications for our Million Dollar Bursary program.
Register for Fall Financial Literacy Workshops
We're booking dates for our fall Each One Teach One Financial Literacy Workshops. Here's your opportunity to bring financial literacy training to your community group or the people you serve through your non-profit organization.
We’re Looking for Volunteer Opportunities
Does your community organization need some volunteer help? We have 500 employees ready to roll up their sleeves and lend a hand.
Donate to Interior Savings’ BC Wildfires Appeal
More than 45,000 people across the province of BC have been forced from their homes and are in need of urgent help.
Federal Regulator Bans Use of “Banking” by Credit Unions
We wish this was an April fool's joke but as unbelievable as it sounds, credit unions have been told we can't use the words "bank" and "banking" to describe those very services. If we do, we could face criminal charges.
Making an Impact with Music and Memories
How do you help people remain connected to their loved ones and their community, despite conditions that typically create isolation?
Taking Action Beyond a Single Day of Awareness
For the first time ever, we have more people in Canada who are 65 and over than we do children 15 and under. There has never been a more important time to break down the stigmas surrounding age.