The caisse has launched a call for applications to fill openings on the Board of Directors.
See position requirements and other details in the call for application and participate in your caisse's democratic life.
The caisse understands the challenges and issues facing its members. With their support, it can provide its fellow citizens with valuable help regarding initiatives aimed at common betterment and the advancement of society.
Your caisse supports local and regional initiatives in various areas.
See the Community Development Fund policy: Politique de soutien financier dans le milieu (in French only, PDF, 830 KB) - This link will open in a new window..
Send the form by email.
The Caisse has a help fund that serves to redistribute a portion of the cooperative's surplus earnings to the community. Following a proposal by the Board of Directors, members decide, during the Annual General Meeting, what portion of the surplus earnings will be paid into the help fund. With the help of their caisse, members can support causes that are important to them.
The members who sit on the Board of Directors manage the help fund. Every year, they report on the fund during the Annual General Meeting.
To optimize its involvement in the community, the Caisse has adopted a policy to guide the attribution and management of donations and sponsorships..
Associations, groups, institutions, organizations, individuals or promoters seeking financial support from the Caisse are invited to read the policy before applying for a donation or sponsorship.
All requests for assistance must be made using the application form. Please save the form on your computer hard drive and submit your completed form to us by email at the specified address.
See the Community Development Fund policy: politique d'aide au développement du milieu de la Caisse (in French only, PDF, 830 KB) - This link will open in a new window..
With your help, we are contributing to the growth of your community!
The Community Development Fund, donations and sponsorships are important factors that support the socioeconomic vitality of your community. The fund is built by members like you, who consent to having a portion of their surplus earnings returned to the community by way of a vote at the Annual General Meeting. In 2017, more than $760,000 was invested in various areas:
|Area||Donations and sponsorships||Community Development Fund||Total|
|Cooperation and intercooperation||$25,120||$12,500||$37,620|
|Culture and diversity||$48,200||$42,500||$90,700|
|Economic development and entrepreneurship||$161,394||$35,094||$196,488|
|Education and academic retention||$56,562||$120,302||$176,864|
Desjardins caisses enhance the lives of people and communities through their Community Development Fund. As part of our commitment to academic excellence and retention, we have launched a financial assistance contest for youth-oriented organizations, groups and schools.
The Brome-Missisquoi, Granby – Haute-Yamaska, Pommeraie and Waterloo Desjardins caisses will support community initiatives through the sixth annual Moi, je coop contest.
The first 50 applicants will receive a $100 gift card, courtesy of BuroPro.
The contest runs from October 16, 2018, to January 18, 2019.
The information provided here is for demonstration purposes only, and is not a substitute for a professional advice.
Before making investment decisions, you are advice to speak with your caisse advisor ou your account manager at a Desjardins Business centre.
The information contained in this section should in no way be considered an advice or a recommendation by Desjardins Securities Inc.or Disnat.