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Meridian's Commitment To Communities

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Meridian’s Commitment to Communities is based on our fundamental belief in our role in empowering Member, employee and community wellbeing. We believe that by developing community programs and partnerships that engage, educate and empower Canadians, we are fulfilling our promise to put our Members first and ensure that they always feel good about banking with us. Meridian is a proud corporate Member of the Imagine Canada Caring Company Program and the Volunteer Canada Corporate Council on Volunteering. 

Improving Financial Literacy

Meridian has developed a variety of initiatives and programs to improve the financial literacy of Canadians.

Our partnership with SmartSAVER, Futurpreneur Canada, and Owners Wanted, have given our Members the tools and assistance they need to help them better manage their money and grow their lives.

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Investing in our Communities

Through Meridian’s Good Neighbour Program, we invest a portion of our profits in organizations and activities that benefit Ontario’s communities. In addition to this, our employees and branches invest their time, energy and resources to the local organizations we support.

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Engaging our Employees

Meridian matches employee donations, fundraising efforts and volunteer hours to help support our employees as they help the community and charities that they are passionate about.

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Contributing to a Healthier Environment

As responsible members of our community, we are obligated to help care for it by minimizing our company’s environmental impact. We are implementing initiatives to reduce waste, improve the efficiency of our operations, and create healthy spaces.

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Supporting a Strong Co-operative Sector

Meridian is owned by our Members. As a co-operative business, we work to make the best products and services available to our Members. We want to support other co-operatives in Canada do the same. That’s why we work to increase the awareness of co-ops and build the capacity of new and existing co-ops. We also offer the opportunity to Ontario high school students to develop their leadership and co-operative skills at the Co-operative Young Leaders (CYL) program each summer, organized by the Ontario Co-operative Association.

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