We understand farmers.
We have decades of experience in working with agricultural banking.
With over 50 years of commercial and agricultural banking experience, Kindred Credit Union offers our agriculture and commercial business members a full array of products and services designed to fit any business, no matter what the size. Our team of agricultural and commercial account managers in your community understand the business challenges you face and the opportunities ahead. With your best interests in mind, we will work together to explore options, set goals, and grow your business.
Farm Record Books
Kindred offers members farm record books for a low cost, so small farming businesses can access this tool for record keeping and farm management.
Whether it's for construction, purchase, or refinancing, a Kindred mortgage can help you get the land or building needed to build your business.
Small Business Online Banking is loaded with features to save you time, increase security, and streamline processes.
- Pay bills, view account activity, cheque images, and statements
- Pay and file business taxes
- Get paid easily with Interac® e-Transfer Autodeposit, which allows incoming funds to be deposited automatically
- Set up delegates, such as your bookkeeper or accountant, with either initiator or read-only access
- Facilitate dual signature transactions
- Sign up for e-Post™ services
Small Business Online Banking also offers the following enhanced, fee-based services:
Subscribe to Invoicing and you’ll be able to create professional, customized invoices, email them directly to customers, and track payments.
Online Cheque Depositing
With Kindred’s Remote Deposit Capture you can deposit both Canadian and US cheques easily and securely without visiting a branch! Churches and charities get reduced fees. Learn more about Remote Deposit Capture.
We care about farmers and supporting resilient food systems.
Through connection with community-based growing projects, our branches support the Canadian Foodgrains Bank in working towards a world without hunger. Learn more about Kindred’s growing project.
Microfinancing in Developing Economies
Kindred maintains a partnership with Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) through a $600,000 invested loan in MEDA Risk Capital Fund. The objective of the fund is to support MEDA’s mission by investing in promising companies and private equity funds, which benefit poor communities while having a high likelihood of financial success. The fund, managed by Sarona Asset Management, has several investments in microfinance institutions and strategically supports the economic, environmental and governance development of communities in emerging and developing countries.