Northern Savings and members offer $17,000 in donations to non-profits

Thirty-one per cent of patronage was donated with matching donations from the credit union

Northern Savings Credit Union Rosa Miller presents $1,250 to Prince Rupert Special Events Society’s Barb Gruber [top], Nancy Golina accepts $4,800 for the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter [bottom left] and the credit union’s Donna Farwell hands $1,350 to Success By Six’s Kate Toye. (Shannon Lough and Submitted Photo/ The Northern View)

In 2018, the credit union had more than $42,000 in patronage refunds for its members. Members had the option to deposit the funds or donate to not-for-profit groups. Thirty-one per cent of patronage was donated with matching donations by Northern Savings.

Ten organizations received nearly $17,000 in donations on Oct. 18, Credit Union Day, including $1,250 to Prince Rupert Special Events Society, $4,800 for the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter and $1,350 to Success By Six.

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