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$13,000 raised for United Way

Aldergrove Financial Group staff started 2014 helping those in need by raising $13,000 for the United Way of the Fraser Valley.

“Every year, our staff is proud to participate in a number of fundraising activities to help hundreds of local children and families who are in need of support,” said Aldergrove Credit Union CEO Gus K. Hartl.

The United Way raises funds annually to provide essential social service grants to local agencies, resulting in a strong safety net of services available to individuals in need throughout the community.

Besides fundraising, the United Way is also involved in community development.

This brings together like-minded people, groups, agencies, governments, and businesses in creating partnerships to invest in the future of our communities.

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