Credit Counselling Canada works with hundreds of national financial institutions, ranging from online lenders to major banks. Many of these lenders have supported the work of credit counselling for decades, by providing volunteers to work with individual agencies, donating financial support for counselling/educational programs and accepting debt management program proposals most often waiving interest charges to the debtors. This support, combined with funding from levels of government, United Way and various other sources enables our members to provide counselling and educations to individuals and families across Canada at no cost.

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