Libro Credit Union invested $348,000 with five local non-profits leading the charge in tackling some of the biggest challenges facing our region: local food accessibility, employment and housing stability.
“We have the privilege to partner with local non-profit organizations who share our concern for the good of our communities,” said Liz Arkinstall, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager at Libro Credit Union. “Sharing our expertise, resources, and local love is core to our business. We know when our communities succeed, we all succeed.”
The initiatives sharing Libro’s investment are:
• Mobile Market, a project of Prosperity Roundtable
• Urban Roots London, Growing Food Security
• Seeding Innovation in Food Entrepreneurship
• Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health, Exploring Huron County’s Food Landscape Study
• Supportive Housing of Waterloo, Show the Way Home for Seniors
Concern for the good of our communities and our customer-Owners is the essence of who we are at Libro. As a certified B Corporation, Libro uses all our resources to grow prosperity in southwestern Ontario, investing 100% of profits into the people, businesses, and communities we serve. To deliver on our promise Libro focuses on these pillars: Employment, Financial Resilience, Local Food Accessibility and Housing.
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