MADISON, Wis. (8/25/08)--CUNA Mutual Group is offering a temporary home for Community Coordinated Child Care (4-C) after the child care group’s building was destroyed by fire. 4-C began conducting business Aug. 18 at CUNA Mutual in Madison, Wis. CUNA Mutual has converted a meeting room and provided work stations, computers, printers, fax machine and technology support to 4-C staff members until they can move into permanent office space. “In a matter of hours, we were set up with temporary computers, Internet and phone lines, all of which have helped to prevent service interruption to our clients,” said Jody Bartnick, 4-C executive director. “We are pleased to be able to help 4-Cs serve their clients so quickly after the devastating fire,” said Steve Goldberg, CUNA Mutual Foundation executive director. “They have such a positive impact on child care, since they provide training and support for most of the day care facilities in southern Wisconsin.” 4-Cs expects to have office space arranged in a few weeks. Contributions to help 4-Cs can be made on its website.