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connectFirst Credit Union to support BC flood relief efforts.

December 2, 2021 | Calgary, AB – connectFirst Credit Union today announced a donation of $15,000 in support of the Canadian Red Cross British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal.  

As a proud member of the Canadian Credit Union Association (CCUA), connectFirst is committed to joining alongside its credit union peers across Alberta, which in a system-wide appeal organized by Alberta Central has raised more than $40,000 to date. These funds will directly support the relief and recovery efforts in hard-hit communities affected by flooding and extreme weather in British Columbia.

“As Albertans, we understand the devastating impact that extreme weather can have,” said Paul Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, connectFirst Credit Union. “At connectFirst our Mission is ‘to make money make a difference’ and now more than ever we need to leverage the credit union system’s cooperative model and community-focused approach to let our BC neighbours know they have our support.”

To aid in the relief efforts as part of this initiative, you can visit the secure donation portal by clicking here.


 

ABOUT CONNECTFIRST CREDIT UNION

connectFirst Credit Union, one of the largest and most successful credit unions in Canada, is a full-service financial institution with over $6 billion in assets under administration. connectFirst employs 750 Albertans who provide a range of financial products and advice in more than 40 communities across central and southern Alberta. It serves over 125,000 members through a community-focused approach to banking.

 

MEDIA CONTACT:

Carol Rogalski

Director, Corporate Communications

connectFirst Credit Union

crogalski@connectfirstcu.com

Thursday | December 2, 11:48 AM
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