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Congratulations to our 2021 Community Fund Recipients!

Weyburn Credit Union is committed to building better, brighter and stronger communities! One of the ways we help build a stronger community, and one of the key differences between a bank and a credit union, is that we use our profits for your good - not our pockets. In fact, typically 1% of the Credit Union’s profits are allocated to the WCU Community Fund each year. Community groups and organizations can apply for funding for projects and initiatives that have a long-lasting, far-reaching positive impact within the local community. Over the past 10 years, the Community Fund has awarded over $400,000 in grants to local community organizations! Here's who is receiving funding this year!
Community Fund Grant

Fillmore Royal Canadian Legion: $5,000!


The Fillmore Legion is using their grant to renovate their Legion Room. The Legion Room serves as a gathering place for social functions in the community.
Community Fund Grant

Inclusion Weyburn: $2,000!

The grant is helping to purchase equipment for their Snoezelen Room. A Snoezelen Room is a controlled, multisensory, therapeutic environment that soothes, stimulates and helps reduce agitation and anxiety.
Community Fund Grant

Lang Community Club: $5,000!

Lang Community club is undertaking a huge project – the Legacy Ball Diamonds Project! They are looking to refresh their ball diamonds, complete with new bleachers, updated bathrooms, and repairs to the fence and dugouts.
Community Fund Grant

Lang First Responders: $3,000!

To be able to respond to emergency situations quickly, Lang First Responders is equipping all their first responders with an AED unit.  WCU is only too happy to support the Lang First Responders and provide a grant to purchase one new AED unit.

Community Fund Grant

Nickle Lake Regional Park: $2,000!

Nickle lake will be using their grant to expand their outdoor movie and glow golf experiences. The park is committed to providing affordable, fun family events within our community; WCU is happy to help them do just that!

Community Fund Grant

Town of Yellow Grass: $8,000!

The town of Yellow Grass is looking to create a multi-purpose sports court and outdoor fitness park for the community of Yellow Grass and surrounding area. The facility will engage all ages of residents, providing an opportunity to maintain their physical activity and mental health.

Community Fund Grant

Weyburn Ag Society: $8,500!

Weyburn Agricultural Society has served our community for many years.  They provide a venue for the Weyburn and rural areas for many events. WCU is happy to help the Ag Society install accessible doors for lobby and washrooms at their building – giving more independence to those using mobility aids.

Community Fund Grant

Weyburn Care A Van Inc: $2,500!

Since 1980, Weyburn Care A Van has ensured that people of all ages with mobility or disability issues have safe, accessible and affordable transit services when needed. When Weyburn Care A Van approached WCU for help replacing their mini-van, WCU was happy to help!

Community Fund Grant

Weyburn Golf Club: $5,000!

The Weyburn Golf Club provides an affordable public golf facility for our community and a venue for non-profits to fundraise much-needed dollars!  The current irrigation system has reached its end of life and is need of replacement.  WCU is happy to help them replace the irrigation system on nine holes.

Community Fund Grant

Weyburn Gymnastics Club: $2,500!

The Weyburn Gymnastic Club encourages active and competitive participation for children of all ages and levels of ability. They provide a healthy lifestyle, positive self-image, leadership and comradery for their athletes. WCU is helping them purchase new equipment for their gymnastics and cheer programs.

Community Fund Grant

Weyburn Lacrosse Association: $3,000!

In response to the COVID restrictions imposed last year, as well of their love of the sport, Weyburn Lacrosse introduced field lacrosse as an alternative to box lacrosse.  With the new offering, they are in need to new and different equipment which WCU is happy to help them out with.

Community Fund Grant

Weyburn Minor Baseball: $5,000!

Two years ago, the dugouts on Diamond #5 at Jubilee Park were torn down because they were deemed unsafe for use. Weyburn Minor Ball is looking to build new dugouts for Diamond #5 with the help of a WCU Community Fund Grant.

Community Fund Grant

Weyburn Skating Club: $2,500!

The Weyburn Skating Club provides skating instruction for children just beginning through their CanSkate programs, to elite competitive skaters in their Star Skate programs. WCU is helping them upgrade the coach office and purchase new equipment for their off-ice program.

Community Fund Grant

Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop: $3,000!

The Wor-Kin Shop's vocational training center provides for citizens experiencing intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in a work training environment to learn skills and gain confidence in their abilities. WCU is helping purchase equipment for vocational training centre.