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Envision Financial is a premier provider of banking, investment and insurance services for residents and businesses throughout the Fraser Valley, Lower Mainland and Kitimat regi...
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200 - 19933 88 Avenue
Langley, British Columbia
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Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Social Services

  • Financial Literacy

Top employee causes

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Animal Welfare

  • Health & Well-being

  • Youth Development

  • Financial Literacy

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Animal Welfare

  • Health & Well-being

  • Youth Development

  • Financial Literacy

Organizations our employees volunteer with
Our average annual contributions

$1M

Dollars Donated

7K

Hours Logged by Employees

$142K

Monetary Equivalent of Hours

Social Mission
Our social, environmental and people practices are integral to strengthening our communities and ensuring that in years to come, our credit union, our members and employees, live, work and play in a healthy and sustainable community.
Some of the organizations we support
Sources Community Resource Centre
Langley Meals on Wheels Services Society
Langley Pos-Abilities Society
RibFest Langley
Fraser Valley Youth Society
Collaborate Delta
What people are saying about us
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Campaign ManagerCanada150

It is great to see a Good Company, such as Envision Financial, giving back to their local community. Local acts of kindness, volunteerism and donations help to make our country the amazing place that it is today. A big thanks to Envision Financial for their contributions to building a stronger and more connected community.

Shelina JamaniSOS Children's Village BC

Envision staff are amazing! Envision has been a great supporter of SOS Children's Village BC over the years and continue to not only want to help but are always so eager and happy which makes every project and volunteer efforts so successful. We LOVE having Envision as a part of our volunteer team and think of them as part of our SOS BC family!

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Mackenzie GaytmennBig Brothers Big Sisters of Langley

Envision Financial has been a long-term supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley. This organization has made an effort to be involved in each of our annual fundraising events and their impact has a significant reach! We thank them for continually choosing to support our cause and their commitment to our organization and families we serve.

Volunteer opportunities
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InterpreterPerformed RemotelyFlexible schedule
Help interpret Big Sisters materials to increase awareness of their valuable mentoring programs
1 / 10 spots filled
Stories of our community involvement
First West Foundation and the Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union Community Endowment are here to support you and our communities. If your charitable organization has been impacted by COVID-19, we have an additional $500,000 to support local charities through the ongoing #COVID19 pandemic. Grants will fund community initiatives promoting resiliency, addressing food security and hunger-related programming.
The first wave of grants will be selected and sent out shortly but funding is still available. To find out more about this year’s Community Response Fund or to apply today visit: http://bit.ly/3rknSiZ
Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union is proud to support iBelong Hope Care Packs Program. 263 Hope Care Packs and 16 emergency blankets were delivered to the Abbotsford Police Department for their Street Outreach Program – Project Angel. Hope Care Packs provide the simple necessities for those who find themselves calling the street their home. Thank you for helping us share #SimpleGenerosity in our community. Have an idea for a community initiative, program or event? Apply on Do Some Good today for a grant of up to $500.
Congratulations to Galicia Gordon, the first 2021 recipient of the SimpleGenerosity Volunteer Award from Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union.

Leading Learners, an online platform for free and accessible student resources, is the non-profit beneficiary of the $1,000 award. For over a year, Galicia has led “Leading Learners to achieve educational equity and actively cultivate a community of underprivileged minorities, diverse socioeconomic statuses, and students from isolated communities.”

Thank you, Galicia, for supporting youth and making a difference in our communities!
Join us in welcoming the Self-Advocates of Semiahmoo-SAS to the 8th cohort of the Community Leaders Igniting Change (CLIC) program. Our partnership with SFU Surrey continues to grow and we're excited to introduce community storytellers, Manjeet, Krista and Alexa to our team! All graduates of the CLIC program, over the next ten weeks, follow along and you’ll hear what each has been up to since graduation, and the projects and community advocacy work they are involved with. Our Storytellers are also connecting with other graduates, to hear how CLIC has influenced their community leadership. #inclusioncounts #leadwell

PC SAS; pictured, Manjeet filming her first video for CLIC; Krista giving the thumbs up!
Like so many other local charities our friends at @iBelong face challenges due to the pandemic. Through the Christmas Care Packs program iBelong delivered kindness to eight families in need. Each care package was filled with requested gifts as well as a $100.00 Save-On Foods gift card. Thank you iBelong for continuing to share #Simplegenerousity in our communities.
Phoenix Society’s Mobile Community Kitchen officially hit the road this week to serve free meals to those in need.

The program operates out of a 16-foot food truck, dubbed Phoenix Flame BBQ, providing free community meals to those who are underserved, homeless or at risk of homelessness. The operation has capacity serve up to 100 meals per day up to fives times per week.

The food truck made its first stop on Wednesday (Jan. 20) at SHARE Society’s Port Moody food bank, serving roughly 100 clients as they picked up their food hampers. Pulled pork sandwiches, beef chili and a penne pasta was on the menu during the first day of meal service, and Phoenix’s food truck will return to the food bank this month on Jan. 27. Next up, in February, food service will begin on select days at the Surrey Food Bank’s main distribution site in Newton.

Further partnerships are in the works with front-line social service agencies in the City of Surrey to serve hot meals to those who are unhoused and living in shelters, and Phoenix Society encourages the public to get in touch with us on our social media channels to tell us where else our free meals may be needed.

“It’s incredible to see this project get underway, and to see the overwhelming support behind it,” said Keir Macdonald, CEO of Phoenix Society. “Everyone deserves a hot meal and we are thrilled to be able to help feed those in need during what is a very hard time for us all. Giving back and building community, connection and hope is what we are all about at Phoenix.”

Click to read the full story and to donate: https://www.phoenixsociety.com/news/phoenix-soc...

Phoenix Society would like to thank the many generous sponsors and funding partners that have helped make this project possible including the Envision Financial Community Endowment with First West Foundation, Reaching Home and Surrey Homelessness and Housing Society. We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.

Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union
Sending gratitude to community leaders making a difference this holiday season.

We were proud to provide a $500 SimpleGenerosity grant to Kyla Sherwood and the “My Sister’s Keeper” campaign created by her colleague Alyssa Dotson, both realtors in the Langley area. Kyla collected and purchased donations to fill ten hampers for women at Ishtar Women’s Resource Society.

Ishtar helps women and children fleeing domestic violence start over and transition into new lives. Each hamper contains personal hygiene and comfort items.

Thank you Kyla for your generosity!
Puppies n’ Printers!? You might not think they necessarily go together but we’ve got proof!
BC & Alberta Guide Dogs is one of our most recent recipients of a Lexmark printer donated by Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union.
We’re proud that 14 local community partners were able to receive these printers, updating their current equipment to continue their great work across our region.
We're excited to celebrate the outstanding community leadership of Joon Sohn with a SimpleGenerosity Volunteer Award from Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union.

Joon has designated his $1,000 award to the Cloverdale Rodeo Youth Initiative Foundation where he serves on the Youth Advisory Board. The Foundation supports youth through scholarships, community grants, and mentorship opportunities.

In September 2018, Joon founded a service group called Hold High the Torch (HHTT), composed of 26 students from Ecole Salish and Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary. It strives to foster a culture of remembrance and a personal appreciation of our cherished freedoms in today’s youth through community initiatives that remember the fallen, honour our veterans and support the troops, exemplifying Simple Generosity. Learn more: https://holdhighthetorch.wordpress.com/

Congratulations Joon, thank you for making meaningful impact in our communities.
Today is World Kindness Day!

First West Foundation and all regions across First West Credit Union, Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union , Island Savings a division of First West Credit Union , Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union will be sporting their Choose Kindness tees. The purchase of these tees benefits the Langley School District Foundation and its Food for Thought program. Beginning this past June, the LSDF has been providing 650 Langley families with a $50 gift card each week to increase their food security. Help our community by purchasing your t-shirt today https://www.langleyschooldistrictfoundation.com...

Today and every day, let's choose kindness--wave to your neighbour, send someone you love a card, call a friend. Gestures, big or small, can make a meaningful impact on you and those around you!
We're committed to giving back to the community!
View the Pledge
200 - 19933 88 Avenue
Langley, British Columbia
V2Y 4K5
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Social Services

  • Financial Literacy

Top employee causes

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Animal Welfare

  • Health & Well-being

  • Youth Development

  • Financial Literacy

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Animal Welfare

  • Health & Well-being

  • Youth Development

  • Financial Literacy

Organizations our employees volunteer with
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