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. “Not only will they bring us closer to our goal of reducing our community’s greenhouse gas emissions to zero, but they will also enhance the lives of so many people
in our community immediately.”

The City of Kingston is seeking to raise $71,250 to realize the projects and has committed to match donations up to $15,000. Once again, this year Kingston Community Credit Union (KCCU) will support the fund, matching donations made in their branches up to $5,000.

“We are proud to continue to support this initiative,” says Jon Dessau, CEO of Kingston Community Credit Union. “We have seen much devastation around the world related to climate change and realize that we need to take action now to move
towards a more sustainable future!” Details





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  • Canadian Birth Certificate
  • Credit Card bearing the name and signature of the individual which has issued by a well-known and reputable Canadian financial institution
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