Youth Financial Well-Being

We help empower youth to achieve what’s important in their lives by investing in programs that give youth a hand up and improve youth financial well-being.

So just by banking with us, you’re supporting youth in your communities too.

Opportunities for youth to lead, learn, and succeed.

Not only do we support youth-initiatives, we provide them too.

The Power of Youth Contest

We’re giving away $10,000 to help youth make an impact.*

We think youth are pretty awesome and have the power to change their communities. So we’re empowering them to do just that by giving them a little help in the form of some cold hard cash. Learn how you could win one of four $2,500 prizes to make your community better.

*Terms and conditions apply

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Youth Community Councils

Decisions for youth, by youth.

The Youth Community Councils empower young leaders to make investments in local youth initiatives. In 2018 alone, the Councils allocated $1.6 million in grants to 109 youth-serving organizations.


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Youth Interns

The student job that kick-starts careers.

Just because they're young, doesn’t mean students can’t be taken seriously. That’s why we give them unique work experience in our branches and as Coast Capital ambassadors at community events and initiatives.

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Youth Education Awards

Investments with the greatest returns.

Youth who’ve faced more than their share of personal hurdles can benefit from the Youth Education Awards. Since 2004, we’ve helped 800 students with over $2.1 million toward their post-secondary education.

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IN YOUR COMMUNITY
Meet the 2019 Vancouver Island Youth Community Council
Meet the eight emerging young leaders who make up the 2019 Coast Capital Savings Vancouver Island Youth Community Council.
IN YOUR COMMUNITY
Why we're proud to be a Certified B Corp®
Learn more about what it means to be a B Corp.

IN YOUR COMMUNITY
Helping youth with cancer through Cops for Cancer
Our members & staff are coming together to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society's Cops for Cancer tours.