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Grants help continue Saskatchewan ‘acts of kindness’ during coronavirus pandemic

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coronavirus pandemic in extraordinary and ordinary ways.Since June 10, Conexus Credit Union has been accepting public nominations for its Kindness Capital Fund, which will award 40 grants of $5,000 cash.“We had no idea the power and the number of stories we were going to hear from all across Saskatchewan,” said Eric Dillion, CEO of Conexus Credit Union.Dillion noted that nominations are being scored in real-time to give immediate cash flow to continue these acts of kindness until the fund is distributed.

Regina restaurant providing free lunches to healthcare workers, students during pandemic Nominees must be 18 or older, reside or operate a business in Saskatchewan, and have started their act of kindness around or after March 13.Now at.

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