KCCU pledges a $100,000 donation to Pathways to Education Endowment Fund

Kingston Community Credit Union (KCCU) has committed to provide a donation of $25,000 annually to the Pathways to Education Endowment Fund for four years for a total donation of $100,000.  The first donation of $25,000 was provided late in 2023 and the second installment today. These funds from KCCU will provide crucial support to the […]

KCCU donates $5,000 to Kingston Climate Action Fund 2024

Kingston Community Credit Union CEO, Jon Dessau, presented Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson and Shawn Krall, Dr. Kaitlyn Patterson and Maureen Buchanan of All Our Relations Land Trust with a $5,000 donation toward the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund (KCCAF). This marks the fourth year that KCCU has matched donations made by local Kingston residents to […]

KCCU United Way KFL&A Workplace Campaign – 44 years of 100% Participation

Kingston Community Credit Union (KCCU) has once again demonstrated its commitment to giving back to the community by raising $13,715 for the United Way KFL&A through its annual workplace campaign. This generous donation, along with a corporate donation from the Board of Directors, will go towards supporting many worthy community organizations in the Kingston area. […]

2-Step Verification will be Mandatory in November 2023

All members using MemberDirect® Online Banking will be required to set up 2-Step Verification (2SV) by November 20, 2023.  Setting it up takes just a few minutes and we recommend that for your security, that you set it up as soon as possible. 2-Step Verification offers an additional layer of security to your digital experience […]

KCCU Celebrates Coop Week and 75 years of International Credit Union Day

Coop Week is a celebration that takes place every year in Canada during the third week of October. The week-long event is designed to raise awareness and understanding of co-operative organizations and the business model they use. Communities across the country host events that highlight the contributions and accomplishments of co-operatives and credit unions. Co-operatives […]

KCCU Supports Youth Imagine the Future Festival again this year

Local youth invited to design a better future at creative festival During the Youth Imagine the Future festival, local youth are invited to design their own (better) believable future, make it socially equitable, and then use that as the setting for a fun short story– or create a piece of art. The festival will “guide […]

KCCU Receives Outstanding Corporate Achievement Award from Ontario Credit Union Foundation

Kingston Community Credit Union accepted the Outstanding Corporate Achievement Award at the Ontario Credit Union Foundation’s 44th Annual General Meeting. The award is given annually to a credit union in recognition of their contribution to the community. Upon review of all submissions by OCUF’s Board of Directors, Kingston Community Credit Union was selected as the […]

KCCU Donates $5,000 to the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund

Kingston Community Credit Union CEO, Jon Dessau, presented Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson, Councillor Jimmy Hassan and three local non-profits with a $5,000 donation toward the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund. KCCU partnered with the City of Kingston in 2020 with a commitment to support the KCCAF and local registered charities and non-profits as they work […]

KCCU Matches Employee Donations – Over $12,000 to United Way KFL&A Campaign

The staff and Board of Directors of Kingston Community Credit Union are pleased to help the United Way KFL&A to surpass their annual campaign goal this year. KCCU staff and Board have raised a total of $6,330 through their United Way Workplace Campaign. In addition, the Board of Directors voted to increase this by 100% […]

KCCU Awarded $10,000 Empowering Your Community Grant in Support of Loving Spoonful

Wyth Financial announced Kingston Community Credit Union as one of the recipients of their 2022 Empowering Your Community grants. Winning a $10,000 grant allows KCCU to partner with Kingston’s Loving Spoonful and the urban Indigenous community in Kingston area, including the Kingston Indigenous Language Nest (KILN) and the Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle Eastern Region (IDHC) […]

KCCU and Its Members Support Ukraine Humanitarian Fund

Kingston Community Credit Union stands united with Ukraine as their country continues to fight during this unpredictable time. Through the collection of donations in branch from our members, staff donations from casual Fridays and a corporate donation, KCCU is donating $5,000 to the Canada-Ukraine Foundation. The funds raised will go directly to humanitarian work supporting […]

KCCU 64th Annual General Meeting – Supporting Each Other

Kingston Community Credit Union held its 64th Annual General Meeting on April 5th. The virtual meeting welcomed members and guests who received reports of another successful year for KCCU including strong financial results, robust governance practices, and involved community presence and the welcome of a new Director. Details

KCCU Donates $5,000 to the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund

Earlier today, Kingston Community Credit Union CEO, Jon Dessau, presented Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson and three local non-profits with a $5,000 donation toward the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund. KCCU partnered with the City of Kingston in 2020 with a commitment to support the KCCAF and local registered charities and non-profits as they work to […]

KCCU Provides Over $20,000 to Local Community

Co-operation, community, education, and sharing are core values of Kingston Community Credit Union. KCCU strongly believes in building cooperative relationships with their members and community and for over 60 years has made a positive impact in Kingston. KCCU has a proud tradition of cooperative business ethics and, as part of the credit union philosophy of […]

KCCU Continues to Partner with City to Support Local Climate Change

Kingston Community Credit Union is pleased to continue to support and partner with the City of Kingston on three new climate action projects announced earlier today at the annual Kingston Community Climate Actions Fund kick off, held in Memorial Hall. “I am blown away by the projects brought forward this year,” says Mayor Bryan Paterson. […]

KCCU Donates Over $9,000 to United Way KFL&A Campaign

The staff and Board of Directors of Kingston Community Credit Union are pleased to help the United Way KFL&A to surpass their annual campaign goal for 2021. KCCU staff and Board raised a total of $6042 through their United Way workplace campaign this year. In addition, the Board of Directors voted to match 50% of […]

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