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Keeping up with what's new at SDCU!

​Check here regularly for all of our latest news and announcements.

Welcome to SDCU.com!

Our website is designed to be faster, multi-device friendly, image-rich, secure, and easy-to-use!

​Our goal with this website is to deliver a modern and smooth-flowing user experience, intuitive architecture and high-impact design.  Also, to provide visitors with a simple way to discover more about our credit union and the solutions we offer.

Our focus is on improving the digital experience for our members, by providing greater digital access and more modern online channels. The goal being to facilitate safe and convenient, anytime, anywhere access for our members. 

Kelly Marshall, President & CEO

Grade 12 Graduation Bursaries - Apply Now

Summerland Credit Union has up to $4000 in bursaries available to graduating high school students who are planning to attend a public or private post-secondary approved program. The number of recipients and the amount to be awarded will be at the discretion of the Bursary Committee.

To find out if you’re eligible, please review the complete criteria here.

Applications are available online here or in-person at the credit union. For more information, please contact Sandy Laidman at 250-494-6052 or email: slaidman@sdcu.com.

77th Annual General Meeting Reminder

Just a friendly reminder, due to Covid-19 and in keeping with the need for social distancing, this year’s AGM will be held virtually online via zoom:                                     

 Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 4:45pm  (Zoom waiting room opens at 4:30pm)

If you haven’t already registered and would like to attend the virtual AGM please contact Sandy Laidman via email at slaidman@sdcu.com or call her direct line at 250-494-6052 and she will help set up your authorization. 

​The Importance of Fraud Prevention  

Every year, thousands of Canadians fall victim to fraud. Most people don’t think it could happen to them, but fraudsters are using increasingly sophisticated methods to target people of all ages and from all walks of life. More and more of these schemes are being attributed to organized crime. The impact on individuals, families and businesses is devastating – retirement savings, homes, businesses and in some cases, lives have all been lost.

It’s sometimes hard to keep on top of all the information you need to know to keep your money and your personal information safe. Terms like “identity theft,” “debit card fraud” and “phishing” can sound scary and you may not know where to turn to get clear information about what these terms mean and how you can protect yourself.

The good news is that the majority of frauds can be prevented by identifying the methods used by fraudsters. The more you know about a fraud, the less likely you are to fall for it. Through awareness, you can avoid becoming a victim.  Check out the fraud prevention resources at the Government of Canada website here.

View Our Feature Artist

Learn more about our Gallery program and our current feature artist.

​Questions about our website? Check out the FAQ's for more info! 

We've put together a comprehensive list of the most common questions realted to our new website!