$200,000 shared with our local Businesses through non-repayable grants to help support and sustain them through this difficult economic cycle.
Matching funds raised for Sunshine Coast Community Services Society through Persephone’s Isolation Nation benefit pale ale beer.
Our employees were each given $25 to show support at their favorite local businesses and then asked to share on social media, promoting the business.
Partnering with accelerator firm Spring, SCCU is paying for the cost of this business strengthening and fortification system for any Sunshine Coast business owner or not-for-profit seeking to raise its game and improve its social impact and profitability.
$7,500 dedicated to our amazing local food banks; we challenge other financial institutions to do the same.
$40,000 in no-interest loan funds for rent and utilities, dedicated to people in crisis. A collaboration with SC Community Services and The Cooperators.
$2500 dedicated to helping businesses and their employees.Thanks for the opportunity Beachcomber Coffee!
$5,000 dedicated to a covering the cost of the grocery delivery fee for those in need.
Up to $1,500 in matching funds and no interest line of credit dedicated to making sure the most vulnerable are nourished.
Options may include payment deferrals up to 6 months, interest only payments, refinancing, debt consolidation, emergency working capital.
No holds at ATMs; increased ATM withdrawal limits.
Our local girl guides had 80 cases of cookies but were unable to sell them through their usual door to door sales. Solution! The Sunshine Coast Credit Union purchased the cookies and donated them to Vancouver Coastal Health employees, including Sechelt Hospital, home care, care homes and public health units.
$15,000 dedicated to MedTalks, a virtual health and wellness educational event series produced by Sechelt Hospital Foundation in partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health. To view a previously recorded MedTalk, click on the link below.