Introducing the Servus Feel Good Movement
Let's get back to feeling good
Helping our members feel good is in our DNA. Our roots go back to a time of economic uncertainty when we worked together to overcome challenges and thrive financially – and that’s what we’ve done ever since! Now we've gone a step further. We launched the Servus Feel Good Movement to provide the financial and mental health support our members need to get back to feeling good, about money and life in general.
Investing in our members & communities
The Servus Feel Good Movement in action
- $50,000 pledged to support mental health services in Alberta.
- Focusing remaining 2020 community investment dollars toward programs and initiatives that help people feel good again.
- Funded more than $150 million in CEBA loans.
- Helped register 5,000+ members for direct deposit to receive CERB benefits faster.
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Financial relief for members
If you need help, we’re here for you
These are tough times. We’re here to make your life easier. If you’re experiencing financial hardship as a result of COVID-19, we have a variety of options to help:
- Financial relief for your existing mortgage, loans and other credit products (on a case-by-case basis), including payment deferrals for individuals and businesses.
- Our advisors are here to listen and help you determine what option is right for you.
Hear from our experts
Lena BouSaleh talks about the impact COVID-19 is having on families, and the steps you can take to stay financially (and emotionally) fit.>>
An emergency fund is your safety net when times get tough. We’ve got guidance around when and how to use it, as well as how to build it back up again.>>
Being mindful of the decisions you make now will help set the stage for the recovery of your business when the time comes.>>
What you should (and shouldn’t) do with your investments in reaction to the market effects of COVID-19.>>
We’re answering common questions about the CERB program, how you can conveniently access these funds and some advice for the long-term.>>