Osoyoos Credit Union

19 employees on Do Some Good
  • 8312 Main Street
  • Osoyoos, British Columbia
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Environmental Stewardship

We recently have adopted a go green initiative which has seen us reduce our electrical lighting consumption by 50%. We continue to strive to reduce our carbon footprint.

About us

Osoyoos Credit Union is a member-owned, community-based credit union. We have been serving the South Okanagan and Boundary regions since 1946 and are proud to provide our community with an amazing team of financial professionals, products and services. We pride ourselves on treating everyone as individuals and customizing your experience with creative solutions by people that care about you.
Since our inception more than 70 years ago we have been trusted to look after your money and feel priviledged to maintain that role. Our ongoing relationship has allowed us to support countless local Non-Profits and Community Organizations that matter to you, with volunteers and hundreds of thousands of dollars to support projects and services.

What we believe in

We are committed to our communities and have set our sights to three key areas:
• Leveraging our co-operative values
• Education at all ages and stages of life
• Supporting strong prosperity of our local economy
We have a belief that together we are better.

What people are saying about us

It is great to see a Good Company, such as Osoyoos Credit Union, 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 Osoyoos Credit Union for their contributions to building a stronger and more connected community.

Our average annual contributions

$ 20000

Dollars donated

100 hours

Volunteered

$ 2000

Monetary Equivalent of Volunteer Hours

Causes we care about

Community and Economic Development
Environment
Financial Literacy

Top causes supported by employees

  • Environment
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Health & Well-being
  • Animal Welfare
  • Community and Economic Development

News

Stories of our community involvement

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