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Logo of Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit UnionEnvision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union
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...
557 employees on Do Some Good
We're committed to giving back to the community!
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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

  • Health & Well-being

  • Animal Welfare

  • Youth Development

  • Financial Literacy

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Health & Well-being

  • Animal Welfare

  • Youth Development

  • Financial Literacy

Organizations our employees volunteer with
Our average annual contributions

$2M

Dollars Donated

1K

Hours Logged by Employees

$21K

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
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fraser Valley
Langley Meals on Wheels Services Society
Just Breathe
Langley Pos-Abilities Society
SHARE Family & Community Services
Coquitlam Express
What people are saying about us
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!

Picture of Mackenzie GaytmennLogo of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley
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.

Picture of Karen LongLogo of RibFest Langley
Karen LongRibFest Langley

The Langley Ribfest and the Langley Volunteer Bureau, we are very appreciative for the support, commitment and volunteers on behalf of Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union's. It was an amazing event and showcase for Langley and the Rotary Clubs of Langley. We are extremely grateful for the cooperation of other Langley Credit Unions that came together as the "Credit Unions of Langley"...wow!

Volunteer opportunities
Logo of Interpreter
InterpreterPerformed RemotelyFlexible schedule
Help interpret Big Sisters materials to increase awareness of their valuable mentoring programs
4 / 10 spots filled
Stories of our community involvement
We’re excited to partner with Barre Fitness South Surrey in our Workout to Conquer Cancer month long challenge! A special thank you to Susan Scarlett for holding a Livestream Virtual Class for us so we could tune in from across the province for her fun & challenging Barre class. First West Credit Union, will be donating $500 to @WTCC in partnership with Barre Fitness South Surrey.
All this month our staff have been pushing themselves to commit to a minimum 30 minutes of intentional movement each day as part of the Challenge which raises funds for BC Cancer Foundation to support cancer research and patient care in BC.
Interested in trying a Barre class? Checkout @barrefitness.ss for more info.
Our Foundation team is energized and happily pounding the pavement to participate in the Workout to Conquer Cancer. We're running, walking, hiking, gardening, chasing our children and playing with the dog - committed to intentional movement for at least 30 minutes every day in May. And we're not alone, many First West Credit Union staffers are doing the same, individually and on teams.
Last week we shared WHY we are participating in the Workout. This week, our small but might team of five is showing you HOW the Fab Fit Five are supporting the Workout to Conquer Cancer.
We are so proud of the two-year, $200,000 First West Credit Union partnership with the BC Cancer Foundation and we’re thrilled to be participating in the Workout to Conquer Cancer Challenge across all four regional divisions:
Enderby & District Financial, a division of First West CU, Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union, Island Savings a division of First West Credit Union and Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union.
Colleagues all across First West Credit Union are intentionally moving in May in support of the Workout to Conquer Cancer.
This first week we asked WHY they work out! They are making it personal with so many amazing reasons why: for those who have lost the fight, for those who are fighting, for those who have won, for our family, for our children, for our friends, for ourselves!
We are so proud of the two-year, $200,000 First West Credit Union partnership with the BC Cancer Foundation and we’re thrilled to be participating in the Workout to Conquer Cancer Challenge across all four regional divisions:
Enderby & District Financial, a division of First West CU
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
This May, join us in the #WorkoutToConquerCancer as we get moving to support BC cancer patients. Our staff will be getting their sweat on throughout the month in support of the 77,000 people facing cancer this year across the province. Plus, all donations made to the First West Credit Union team will be matched up to $10,000 to support our community partners at BC Cancer Foundation to advance cancer research and save lives! https://workouttoconquercancer.ca/participant/2...
To join the Challenge yourself, register today: https://workouttoconquercancer.ca
#WhyIWorkout #WorkoutBC Enderby & District Financial, a division of First West CU Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union
Today we travel a little further south and west to highlight Danielle with our Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union team.
Happy National Volunteer Week 2022!
Volunteering has been a lifelong pursuit for Danielle, giving back since she was a teen. Now with a family of her own, it comes as no surprise that giving back remains a central theme in the Viel household. In 2019, Danielle’s husband was brought on by the Cloverdale Community Kitchen to run a community bike shop. Naturally, it was both an opportunity and a perfect fit for Danielle to jump right in, feet first!
Danielle takes her volunteer role very seriously as she maintains the bike shop website, assists with inventory, runs fundraiser bike sales and pitches in on other administrative and development work.
While it is hard to pick just one reason, Danielle has always found it very fulfilling to volunteer from an early age. And not only is volunteering fulfilling, it is also fun.
And she knows a thing a two about volunteering. Danielle spent a year volunteering full-time after Hurricane Katrina where she helped run a disaster relief centre. She matched hurricane-devastated residents with volunteers, just like herself, who came from all over North America to help locals repair roofs, gut houses and provide a host of post-hurricane community support.
“I love to help people, it helps keep my priorities in line and my life in perspective,” she says. “It gives me the opportunity to join forces with others to give back to our local community. Volunteering with the community bike shop is extra special because of my love for cycling and I get to support my husband!”
We salute your leadership Danielle and celebrate you as you lead well in your community! Thank you for your volunteer heart and for creating stronger communities at home and away.
#NVW2022 #EmpathyinAction #VolunteersBringHeart
We're wrapping up our 2022 Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union Community Leaders Igniting Change program with our final interview between Krista and Denise.
Krista asked Denise “How has taking CLIC impacted you? What have you learned?
"The last 12 weeks with CLIC has been such a positive experience; I am feeling more determined to make changes in my community with the skills and knowledge I have gained. I am grateful for the connections made with all of the kind and thoughtful women in the program. The support and inspiration is a large part of the success I had getting through the past few months. Kathleen has been an amazing mentor and her ability to make everyone feel welcomed is a beautiful gift. I appreciate all of the lovely stories she shared with us.
I have learned leadership comes from the heart and if one has the willingness to be curious, listen attentively and have compassion towards others, they can be on their way to make positive changes. I have learned that I am okay to be where I am with my ideas and thoughts and not to compare or judge myself so quickly. I recognize that being vulnerable does not mean weakness or shame and that I have a voice and not to be afraid to say what I want or express how I feel."

THANK YOU to our CLIC Storytellers Alexa, Jeevan and Krista for leading the Storytelling Series for the second year! We enjoyed learning more about each of you and the participants in the CLIC program. You are all inspired leaders!

Envision Financial Community Leaders Igniting Change (CLIC) is a grass-roots program helping local community members build upon their leadership skills and confidence as change-makers. The program teaches participants how to navigate complicated challenges they are facing in their organizations, communities and/or personal lives. Learn more about CLIC here http://bitly.ws/oPIZ
CLIC Storytellers are members of the Self Advocates of Semiahmoo, writing stories and sharing experiences of community leadership to grow awareness and build connected and inspired communities. Learn more about the Self Advocates of Semiahmoo here http://www.facebook.com/SelfAdvocateSAS
CLIC Storytellers have been busy meeting with participants of the Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union Community Leaders Igniting Change program. Recently, Alexa asked Kathy, “How has taking CLIC impacted you? What have you learned?
My name is Katherine. I’m a disabled woman living in Surrey. I am a poet and I love to sing. I’m learning how to connect to myself and others in a more authentic way and feel drawn to learn more about how to do that. I’d like to create more purpose in my life through helping others in my community, and am grateful to have had the opportunity to learn how to understand and break down barriers I face and ways I can move forward with confidence into a leadership role.
CLIC has given me the confidence to imagine myself as a leader. It’s made me feel more capable and that my contributions are of value. Being in a learning environment again was very energizing and empowering, and I look forward to staying in contact with my cohort and the rest of the CLIC Alumni. I have learned so much: that it is essential for a leader to be authentic, compassionate and curious. I’ve learned the value of examining my values, and I know this will serve me in all areas of my life going forward. I feel supported by the wider CLIC community and am so excited to see everyone’s journeys as they implement what we have all learned together. I am grateful to have so much support to draw upon as I explore ideas and projects in the future.
Envision Financial Community Leaders Igniting Change (CLIC) is a grass-roots program helping local community members build upon their leadership skills and confidence as change-makers. The program teaches participants how to navigate complicated challenges they are facing in their organizations, communities and/or personal lives. Learn more about CLIC here http://bitly.ws/oPIZ
CLIC Storytellers are members of the Self Advocates of Semiahmoo, writing stories and sharing experiences of community leadership to grow awareness and build connected and inspired communities. Learn more about the Self Advocates of Semiahmoo here http://www.facebook.com/SelfAdvocateSAS
Reflecting on an amazing year of #simplegenerosity in 2021, Fraser Valley Conservancy Land Trust received a $2,000 Thriving Families grant for their in-person Nature Stewardship School Workshops. These popular workshops teach people how to be good stewards of the land and provide real examples of how they can care for nature in their own communities.
Two eager groups of participants participated in a morning and afternoon session and took part in a walk and talk style interactive workshop, learning about invasive and native plants, what makes a good habitat for amphibians, owls and other local wildlife and that nature knows best.
Thank you Fraser Valley Conservancy Land Trust for educating and engaging with folks in the community while taking care of the environment.
CLIC Storyteller Alexa recently met with Mia, a participant in the Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union Community Leaders Igniting Change (CLIC) program. Mia was asked “What have you learned in CLIC that is helping you grow as a leader?”
“I am always striving to grow and I want to build on my confidence in being a change maker that leads from the heart. I joined CLIC to learn effective leadership skills in bringing community stakeholders together for projects big and small, and how to connect a divided community.
I can honestly say after taking CLIC that I am a value-based leader and that I will be truthful, compassionate and that I will strive to show true care and will come to the table without bias. I learned to welcome confusion, conflict and chaos that may arise in leading adaptive change. I learned that reacting from emotion tends to make us one dimensional. We need to change in ourselves, so the change we’d like to see in our community actually happens.”
Envision Financial Community Leaders Igniting Change (CLIC) is a grass-roots program helping local community members build upon their leadership skills and confidence as change-makers. The program teaches participants how to navigate complicated challenges they are facing in their organizations, communities and/or personal lives. Learn more about CLIC here http://bitly.ws/oPIZ

CLIC Storytellers are members of the Self Advocates of Semiahmoo, writing stories and sharing experiences of community leadership to grow awareness and build connected and inspired communities. Learn more about the Self Advocates of Semiahmoo here http://www.facebook.com/SelfAdvocateSAS
Thankful for #SimpleGenerosity which made this community mural possible. Come visit Cloverdale and look for the Sunshine Circle Mural ☀️ More murals coming soon thanks to our sponsors Cloverdale Paint + Revive Washing + Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union + Vancouver Foundation + City of Surrey!
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

  • Health & Well-being

  • Animal Welfare

  • Youth Development

  • Financial Literacy

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Health & Well-being

  • Animal Welfare

  • Youth Development

  • Financial Literacy

Organizations our employees volunteer with
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