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Interior Savings is a member-owned, community-based credit union serving the BC Interior with a network of 21 branches and 16 insurance offices; two specialized Commercial Servi...
564 employees on Do Some Good
We're committed to giving back to the community!
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678 Bernard Avenue
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 6P3
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Community and Economic Development

  • Family Care

  • Mental Health

Top employee causes

  • Animal Welfare

  • Health & Well-being

  • Environment

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

  • Animal Welfare

  • Health & Well-being

  • Environment

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

Organizations our employees volunteer with
Our average annual contributions

$500K

Dollars Donated

9K

Hours Logged by Employees

$189K

Monetary Equivalent of Hours

Social Mission
We’ve set our sights on making an impact in four key areas:
• Empowering Parents with young children
• Supporting mental wellness through all stages of life
• Maintaining social connection with age
• Supporting a strong cooperative local economy
Together, we’re helping to build and support communities where people are welcomed, encouraged, supported and cared for. Where everyone can find the connections, confidence, and skills to not only enjoy life but fulfill their potential too.
Some of the organizations we support
Central Okanagan Heritage Society
Creative Okanagan
John Howard Society of Central and South Okanagan
Hands in Service
Start Fresh Project Society
Downtown Kelowna Association
What people are saying about us
Picture of Richelle LeckeyLogo of Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs
Richelle LeckeyOkanagan Boys and Girls Clubs

We appreciate the ongoing support of Interior Savings staff who volunteer during Days of Caring and the Interior Savings Moonlight Movies. Their commitment to Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs truly help us provide our young people with a safe place to belong where great futures start!

Picture of Jeremy LugowyLogo of United Way British Columbia - Southern Interior
Jeremy LugowyUnited Way British Columbia - Southern Interior

Interior Savings is a community champion. They continue to be a leader in the community as is evident by their community mantra: "We measure success by the success of our members and the strength of the communities we live in together. Simply, we’re here to help our members create more local money. Because the more we create together, the more vibrant our economy and our communities become." They walk the talk. We are so very proud to be a valued partner of such a wonderful organization!

Picture of Denise ScottLogo of Canadian Mental Health Association Kelowna
Denise ScottCanadian Mental Health Association Kelowna

The team at Interior Savings is incredible! They say community involvement is at the heart of everything they do and it truly is. Staff volunteering at CMHA has extended beyond their yearly Day of Difference volunteer event. We are grateful for their year-round involvement. This connection to community and cause has long lasting benefits for all. Thank you Interior Savings.

Stories of our community involvement
Earlier this month our Barriere team participated in the Terry Fox Run and contributed to Barriere Secondary School's fundraiser to help them reach their goal.
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Our Ashcroft team bought and delivered 325 Smile cookies this month to help support Ashcroft local minor sports.
Congratulations to the community of Lillooet on the official opening of the Community Connect Innovation HUB!
Lillooet Learning Communities Society lead the charge on creating this social enterprise that will provide apprenticeship/mentorship programs and small business incubation space to support the local economy. With an investment from Interior Savings Community Investment Fund this past spring, they were able to fulfill some of their technology needs along with rolling tables, walls and display stands.

If you’re in the area, be sure to check out this new space.

Learn more and apply for the Interior Savings Investment Fund here: https://forms.interiorsavings.com/community/inf...
Grant Alert! Do you know of a new or substantially expanding program that needs a financial boost? We're now accepting applications for the fall intake of our Community Investment Fund. Deadline to apply is October 31, 2021. Learn more and apply here: https://www.interiorsavings.com/about-us/commun...
Through our Community Investment Fund we were able to lend some support and help grow Kelowna Bike Rentals.
Every time you rent from a bike you're supporting the impactful programs and services that Elevation Outdoors and CRIS Adaptive Adventures offer.
Get out there and enjoy the beautiful September weather while doing good! 🚴🍂

Some words from Kelowna Bike Rentals:

We are very grateful to have the support of amazing local organizations like Interior Savings . In the Spring when Kelowna Bike Rentals was still coming together they saw and believed in the shared vision of @elevationoutdoors and CRIS Adaptive Adventures to create greater access for all in our community.

With their support we were able to open up and provide an expanded fleet of City, Moutain, E-bikes, and Adaptive bikes for rent to the community and our visitors. With one of the largest rental fleets of adaptive equipment in Canada this is a truly unique enterprise as it helps both charities in their efforts to become more sustainable.

We are open Thur - Mon 10:00 - 5:00 until Sept 30th. Make a reservation online or come see our team in person a the base of Knox Mountain and get out while the weather is still amazing for cycling!
Catch up on our latest blog highlighting Interior Savings ' impact on a variety of our programs including Healthy Together and the Youth Recovery House.

Read more about their support: www.thebridgeservices.ca/the-bridge/blog/commun...
Happy #FunderFriday... This week we’re celebrating Interior Savings !

They stepped up with a $15,000 donation to provide technical and electronic equipment for the Youth Recovery House. The integration of these smart boards, constellation projectors, laptops, video games and consoles create a safe and conducive space for learning, interaction, and fun.

The equipment will also help us to connect the young people to the world around them, and will be key to delivering some of our core services.

Thank you, Interior Savings!
The year 2020 stormed in and shook up the Nonprofit sector causing many organizations to deliver their critical programs and services while experiencing an extreme loss of revenue and with increased stress on employees. According to Imagine Canada’s sector monitoring report, 45% of charities are now reporting that while there is an increase in demand for their services, this demand is growing faster than their capacity.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on the Nonprofit sector, six local charitable partners have collaborated to create an innovative funding program called, The Sustainable Recovery Grant. The local funders include United Way Southern Interior BC, Interior Savings, Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union, Community Foundation of the North Okanagan, and Community Foundation of the South Okanagan Similkameen .
The Sustainable Recovery Grants program responds directly to the emerging and shifting needs of charities in the Southern Interior region of BC. While it is unusual for funders to work together in this way, the group recognizes that without support to specifically explore sustainable revenue models and strong internal capacity, our Nonprofits are at risk. The program provides grants for coaching and support focused on resilience and recovery in four key areas: revenue, operations, people and impact.
The 2021 Sustainability Grants have been awarded to seven charitable organizations for customized coaching and support through Purppl’s Resilience & Recovery Program, enabling recipients to focus on their specific sustainability needs and opportunities.
2021 SUSTAINABLE RECOVERY GRANT RECIPIENTS:
Canadian Mental Health Association- Vernon
The Clubhouse Farm
Connect Counselling & Therapy
Grist Mill and Gardens
Indigeneyez / Kinshift
Kelowna's Gospel Mission
Penticton Recovery Resource Society (Discovery House)

For more information visit, www.cfno.org/srg.
We're thrilled to share that thirteen non-profit organizations in the Thompson, Nicola and Okanagan will share $120,000 in grants from our Community Investment Fund. This money helps launch or substantially expand programs that are empowering people in our communities to reach their potential.
Learn more about the organizations who will be receiving a grant here: https://www.interiorsavings.com/about-us/news-a...
You may have noticed our HT@Home sessions are officially on summer vacation...

Thank you to Interior Savings for ensuring our weekly Zoom calls carried on these last few months! Make sure to check out www.healthy-together.ca to stay updated.
We're committed to giving back to the community!
View the Pledge
678 Bernard Avenue
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 6P3
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Community and Economic Development

  • Family Care

  • Mental Health

Top employee causes

  • Animal Welfare

  • Health & Well-being

  • Environment

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

  • Animal Welfare

  • Health & Well-being

  • Environment

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

Organizations our employees volunteer with
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