The Northern Credit Union donated $5,000 to the Northern Ontario Centre for Learning Differences

The Northern Credit Union donated $5,000 to the Northern Ontario Centre for Learning Differences (NOCLD) today. In support of NOCLD, Northern Credit Union launched a True North Strong Communities campaign titled We Are Not Alone.
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From left to right: Geoff Phillips (Director of Sales, Northern Credit Union), Bev Winn (Branch Manager, Northern Credit Union), Sarah Gillingham (Branch Concierge, Northern Credit Union), Dr. Kevin McCormick (Chair, NOCLD Board of Directors) and Mary-Liz Warwick (Executive Director, NOCLD).

 

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