$10,000 for United Way

Aldergrove Financial Group staff raises $10,000 for the United Way

Aldergrove Financial Group staff kicked off  the holiday season by raising $10,000 for the United Way of the Fraser Valley and helping hundreds of local children and families who are in need of support.

“Nearly one in three Fraser Valley residents use the services supported by the United Way. Our staff is proud to raise funds through personal donations and fundraising activities for an organization that touches the lives of so many people,” says Aldergrove Financial Group CEO Gus K. Hartl.

The United Way supports agencies and programs that make a difference in our communities. Through individual, employee and corporate giving, the United Way empowers Fraser Valley citizens to contribute to lasting, positive change.

Aldergrove Financial Group has a history of supporting our communities, which extends in many ways in the locations in which we are located and where our members, staff and their families live.

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