Sharing the Wealth

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2019 Outstanding Corporate Philanthropy Award

Public Service Credit Union is very pleased and honored to be recognized by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and to receive the distinction of the 2019 Outstanding Corporate Philanthropy Award for the work and contribution that Public Service Credit Union has made to its’ community and the various charitable organizations in 2019 and since 2012.

Public Service Credit Union would like to thank the Kids Eat Smart Foundation for their nomination to the AFP.

2019 Outstanding Corporate Philanthropy Award Present in photo: Michelle Littlejohn, Lisa Quirk, Wanda Learning, Sharon Tucker, Ian Barrett, Wanda Keats, Colleen Knight, Michele Thomson, Brian Quilty, Diane Pollett, Joanne Cooper


Public Service Credit Union, its members, employees, and affiliated companies have contributed over $247,000 to a large group of organizations since 2012.

Some of our major support has been provided to:
Kids Eat Smart Foundation $47,150
Children’s Wish Foundation NL $34,500
Canadian Cancer Society NL-Daffodil Place $28,500
Young Adult Cancer Canada NL (YACC)-Shave for the Brave $28,000
Resource Center for the Arts/LSPU Hall $12,500
College of North Atlantic $12,000
Canadian Armed Forces Resource Center NL $5,000
Association of New Canadians $5,000
Single Parents Association NL $4,000
Special Olympics NL $3,600
Canadian Cooperative Development Fund $2,500
Skills Canada NL Together by Design $2,500
Easter Seals NL $2,000
Marine Institute $2,000
Funding for these contributions has come from three main sources:
PSCU
(representing 9% of after tax profits)
$223,534
Members and employees $17,991
Affiliated companies $6,415

Public Service Credit Union adopted a Cooperative Social Responsibility (CSR) Program in 2012 to support community organizations in Newfoundland and Labrador. This CSR program formed partnerships with charitable organizations throughout our community and approximately $25,000 annually has been directed toward helping these organizations achieve their goals. It has been a tremendous success on a number of levels including building a strong presence as a business that is truly invested in the betterment of its community and fostering a strong sense of pride among Members, Board and Employees that the Public Service Credit Union is actually creating a positive notable difference.

Public Service Credit Union’s goal is to support the success and development of our communities.





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