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We are committed to supporting initiatives that make an impact to our community.  If you are a local organization with an upcoming fundraiser, community project or event feel free to fill out our sponsorship application below.  If you would like to be considered for one of 2023 BBQs you may use the same application.  

2023 Sponsorship Application 


12 Days of Christmas Donation Day

On December 23rd we were able to donate just over $6,000 to 31 local organizations.  Group reps joined us in Stoughton and Kisbey to select an envelope from our Christmas trees which contained a cheque valued between $50-$1,000. 
Our 2022 recepients were:

Stoughton Drop In Centre

 Crossroads Multiple 4-H Club, Moose Mountain Trail Triders
and Stoughton Soccer Club

Corning Hall Auxillary, Heward Parks and Rec, Stoughton Ag Society
and Stoughton Girls Guides

Kisbey Dinner Theatre, Kisbey Fire Department, Kisbey Museum,
NewHope Horse Club,
Stoughton & District First Responders
and Stoughton Golf Course

Corning Community Players, Stoughton Fire Department, Kisbey Rec
Centre Auxillary,
Stoughton Early Learning Facility, Stoughton &
District Playschool, Stoughton Central
School Community
Council, Stoughton Lions Club and Stoughton Ambulance

Arcola-Kisbey Minor Hockey, Kisbey Silver Threads,
NewHope Pioneer Lodge
Auxillary and Stoughton Library

Crossroads Quilting Guild, Kisbey Legion Poppyfund,
Kisbey Playground,
Moose Mountain Elks and
Stoughton Legion.

2022 Kisbey Annual BBQ

Thank you to everyone who attended our fall BBQ in Kisbey on Friday, Sept 16th.  Crystal was able to present a donation of $1,855 to the Fern Rebakah Lodge#33 in Kisbey.  and Thank you to this organization for all you do locally.

2022 Stoughton Annual BBQ

Thank you to everyone that came out to the Stoughton fall BBQ on Tues, Sept 13th.  Thanks to the donations from attendees and SCU Karla presented the Stoughton Curling Club with $3,971.  

To view more pictures and information about the BBQ visit the link below.


We know attending post-secondary schooling is a financial commitment and we want to help with that.  We are proud to offer three scholarships to our youth members every year.  Scholarships are awarded on academic excellence, good citizenship and school and community involvement.


Our staff dedicate many hours to local organizations and events in our communities.  We know teamwork isn't just for the office, its for the community as well.  We see you, our members and your hours of dedication as well and are proud of the difference you make.


Each year we donate $25,000 to local organizations, events, and fundraisers.  This includes our annual BBQs that we host and donate matching contributions (up to $1,500).   If your organization or event is looking for sponsoring or assistance please reach out to us at or visit us in branch.

Saskatchewan Credit Union Quick Facts

(as of December 31, 2021 unless otherwise indicated)
As independent financial institutions owned and controlled by their members, credit unions are shaped by the community needs.  Saskatchewan credit unions range in asset size from $39.8 million to mre than $6.8 billion.
Credit union lending amounts were over $20 billion.
There are 332 board members who are locally elected by members of each credit union to provide strategic direction to their management teams.
Today there are 35 credit unions in Saskatchewan serving 197 communities through 224 service outlets.
Credit unions are a major contributor to Saskatchewan's economy, employing over 3,300 people.
Saskatchewan credit union assets reached over $27.4 billion with revenue of over $1.03 billion.
Credit unions offer financial products and services to more than 490,000 members.
Funds held on deposit in Saskatchewan credit unions are fullly guaranteed through the Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation.  The full guarantee is made possible through a comprehensive deposit protection regime that is focused on prevention.  Read more about the gurantee