Credit unions put communities first and we value what you value. Whether it is giving back to local organizations, volunteering or providing student scholarships, we are part of your community, no matter where you live. We are your neighbours, friends and colleagues. Read on for examples of how we love our communities.
Credit Unions of Alberta Support Local Groups for Pride Month
To recognize Pride Month and show our support, Credit Unions of Alberta has donated to Calgary Outlink and The Pride Centre of Edmonton.
Vision Credit Union lends a Helping Hand
Read on for an example of how credit unions are focused on giving back: Helping Hands Grants from Vision Credit Union.
Celebrating Emerging Leaders for International Women’s Day
Credit Unions of Alberta wants to recognize International Women’s Day by celebrating two inspiring female emerging leaders from the credit union system: Matea Maric, Director Innovation and Government Relations at Alberta Central and Tania Stephenson, Manager Wealth Planning at Servus Credit Union.
Alberta’s hidden gems
We’ve put together a list of some hidden gems you might not have explored, with help from Travel Alberta. While you’re out on your adventures, remember there are nearly 200 credit union branches across the province for your convenience.
Building a brighter tomorrow
We’re celebrating the spirit of the global credit union movement for International Credit Union Day and we hope you’ll join us!
Gender diversity is vital to business success
On International Women’s Day, a reminder about the importance of gender diversity in the workplace.
Breaking the bias across the credit union system
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: creating a safe space for all
Lena BouSaleh, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist at Servus Credit Union and Marcie Hawranik, Founder of Canadian Equality Consulting spoke about the importance of combating adversity in the workplace, and everyday life, in order to create a safe space of inclusion and equal opportunity for all.
What is International Credit Union Day?
Beginning in in 1948, International Credit Union Day focuses on celebrating the history and achievements of the global credit union movement.
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – a time to reflect
Some ideas for ways in which you can continue your education of our important history and sit in truth and reflection on September 30.