Staff at the Summerland Credit Union raised $728 in the last three months with their Comfort for a Cause fundraiser. They chose to give the money to the Giant’s Head Grind. In centre front

Credit Union donation

Staff at the Summerland Credit Union raised $728 in the last three months with their Comfort for a Cause fundraiser.

Staff at the Summerland Credit Union raised $728 in the last three months with their Comfort for a Cause fundraiser. They chose to give the money to the Giant’s Head Grind. In centre front, Herlinda Burt of the Summerland Credit Union presents the cheque to Ellen Walker-Matthews, representing the Giant’s Head Grind and Sue Eden representing the Summerland Rotary Club, one of the sponsors of the race. Also pictured are Credit Union staff members. Each week staff members contribute $1 to a fund, which is matched by the Credit Union, to be able to wear jeans to work on Friday. The money raised goes to a local charity or organization, of the staff’s choosing.

 

 

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