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Crossroads Community Investment Fund

Building a strong foundation for our communities to build upon.

What is the Crossroads Community Investment Fund?

The Crossroads Community Investment Fund (CIF) was established in 2009 and each year funds are allocated to non-profit organizations that support community development.  The purpose of the Community Investment Fund is to provide a strong foundation to build upon and enhance the quality of life for the people in Crossroads Country.

Each year a set amount of funding is allocated towards the fund.  Once the CIF opens for applications in June, non-profit organizations can apply for funding up until the closing date of August 31st. Once the closing date passes, the CIF committee reviews the applications and chooses which projects will receive funding as well as three projects that will have a chance to receive major funding (amount varies each year).  Once those three projects are selected, the membership gets to determine which project will receive the major funding through a one week online voting process which takes place at the end of September/beginning of October for 1 week. 

In the past 11 years the fund has allocated over $400,000 to more than 130 community projects and initiatives! 

We are proud of our cooperative roots and helping our communities will always be a priority.

It's about grassroots, hometowns and cooperation.  That's the Credit Union Difference.

3 projects selected for a chance to receive up to $15,000 in funding!

Find out which project will be the lucky recipient on Credit Union Day (October 21st) at approximately 11:20 am on FOX FM or through a live stream on our Facebook Page.

Frequently Asked Questions

Major funding recipients determined through online membership voting

2018 Preeceville School Library

$10,000 towards a 21st Century Learning Centre.

2019 Sturgis Curling Club

$15,000 towards upgrades to the Sturgis Curling Rink.

2020 Lady Lake Park

$15,000 towards hall improvements at Lady Lake.