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Abbotsford, British Columbia, October 31, 2019:

Prospera Credit Union is proud to announce that we have been named on the 2019 list of Best Workplaces™ in British Columbia.

The list of Best Workplaces in B.C. is based on direct feedback from employees of the hundreds of organizations that were surveyed by Great Place to Work®. The data has a 90% confidence and a plus or minus 5% margin of error.

To be eligible for this list, organizations must be Great Place to Work Certified™ in the past year, be headquartered in British Columbia and have at least 15 employees working in the province that participated in our Trust Index employee survey.

Great Place to Work® determined the BEST based the overall Trust Index score from the employees.

Prospera is proud of its strong workplace culture, one that is built on trust, transparency, strong values, and a sense of belonging,” said Angela Champ, Prospera’s Senior Vice President of People & Culture. “Our employees have a genuine level of care for each other and that extends out to the people and communities we serve. They want to do work that is meaningful and that makes a difference in the financial well-being of our members and communities.

Recently, Prospera Credit Union’s Kelowna Mission Park branch was nominated for three Greater Westside Board of Trade “Key Business Awards.” The branch was nominated in three categories: Community & Public Service, Large Business, and Platinum Service Provider. These awards recognize businesses and their contributions towards enhancing the Greater Westside of Kelowna’s economic growth and prosperity.

On October 4, Prospera won the award for their community involvement, which includes Rotary, Mamas for Mamas, S.H.A.R.E., Okanagan Food Bank, United Way, Bats for A Cause, Shoe Bank Canada, Kelowna United Soccer Club, Okanagan College Coyotes, Third Space Life, Crohns and Colitis Gutsy Walk, Curlers Care, Heart and Stroke Bike Ride, and BARK UBCO.

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