COMFORT FOR A CAUSE The Summerland Credit Union presented $764 to the Summerland Potters Guild. The money was raised during the Credit Union’s Comfort for a Cause campaign. (Photo submitted)

Summerland Credit Union supports Summerland Potters Guild

Funds raised through Comfort for a Cause initiative

Summerland Credit Union’s third quarter Comfort for a Cause campaign recipient was the Summerland Potters Guild.

This week the Credit Union presented a donation of $764 to guild members Kathy Usher, Terry Miller and Elizabeth Wrobel. The group will be putting the funds towards its new kiln.

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Comfort for a Cause is a Summerland Credit Union staff initiative. Each week staff members contribute 41 to a fund, which is matched by the Credit Union, to be able to wear jeans to work on Friday.

The money raised is given to a local charity or organization of the Credit Union’s choosing.

In 2018, the campaign raised a total of $3,452.

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