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Meridian Credit Union helps the homeless

$23,000 cheque presentation in the Board room at Good Shepherd Centre.

From left: Peter Proszanski (Himelfarb Proszanski), Br. David Lynch, Zenon Iwachiw and Adam Delville (Meridian Credit Union).

On September 17, Ontario’s largest credit union surprised Good Shepherd Ministries with a donation of $23,000.

Zenon Iwaschiw, Regional Vice President, and Adam Delville, Commercial Relationship Manager, presented the proceeds from the Meridian Credit Union Commercial Charity Tournament to Good Shepherd’s Executive Director, Br. David Lynch, along with Board member Peter Proszanski of Himelfarb Proszanski LLP.

This generous gift will go a long way to help provide food, shelter, clothing and medical care for people in need.

Thank you to everyone at Meridian Credit Union for making a difference in the lives of the homeless and disadvantaged.

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