Paper Statement Community Challenge
Paper-Statement

Change paper into cash for your community!

The more members that opt out of paper statements for your accounts, the more cash goes directly back into your local community.


For example, if 50% of members opt out of paper for their account statements at a specific branch, $1 per statement will be given back to a community purpose in their specific area. Or, when 80% of members opt out, that specific branch will receive $5 per statement back to the community. Help us give back up to $150,000 to our local communities.

We are excited to announce that we will be extending the Challenge until January 31, 2017. Any amounts each branch earned by October 15, 2016 were provided back to the community during our celebration on Credit Union Day on October 20, 2016. So far the communities of Marshall, Lashburn, Neilburg and Denzil received funds back to their charities of choice! The balance of funds raised from October 16, 2017 to January 31, 2017 will be paid in February. Opt out of paper statements today to help your local branch raise funds that go back into your community. 

Marshall Paper Statement Challenge Results
Lashburn Paper Statement Results
Neilburg Paper Statemetn Challenge Results
Denzil Paper Statement Results
Paradise Hill Paper Challenge
Kindersley

Charities of Choice by Community Expand/Collapse

Denzil

  • Denzil Recreation Board

Kindersley

  • Kindersley Pool
  • West Central Crisis Centre
  • Kindersley Food Bank

Lashburn

  • Lashburn Skate Park

Lloydminster

  • Arts Without Borders
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lloydminster
  • Community Youth Centre
  • The Olive Tree

Maidstone

  • Maidstone Arena
  • Maidstone Splash Park
  • Maidstone Museum

Marsden

  • Manitou Lake Fire & Rescue

Marshall

  • Marshall First Responders

    Neilburg

    • Neilburg School Outdoor Garden

      Paradise Hill

      • Paradise Hill Daycare
      • Paradise Hill Community Centre

      St. Walburg

      • St. Walburg Communiplex


      Right now, you can opt out of paper statements in just a few clicks (if you already have online banking).

        • We can do this for you. You can give us a call at 1.866.825.3301, live chat with us at www.synergycu.ca (with extended hours) or visit us in-person at your nearest Synergy Branch.


              How can opting out of paper statements (and switching to e-Statements) benefit you or your community?

                Creates zero clutter – Receive a secure archive of e-Statements online. Plus, you reduce the impact on the environment by reducing paper (over 800,000 pages are printed per month).

                Access your account information quicker
                – Get instant, up-to-date account information through the banking app or online banking. And, you don’t have to wait until your statement is mailed to you.

                Keep up-to-date on your account
                – Get financial and fraud alerts on your account (i.e. when someone logs into your account, when a bill payment doesn’t go through, if a large withdrawal is made, etc.). You can sign up for the text or email alerts you want to receive on your account. Learn more

                Be protected by INTERAC’s Zero Liability Policy – Members are not liable for losses resulting from circumstances beyond their reasonable control. These include losses resulting from technical errors, system problems or fraud. Learn more

                Receive more enhanced services
                – Opting out of paper reduces costs for your credit union. In turn, these costs can be invested back into enhancing services provided to you, saving you time and money.

                 

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