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CUs for Kids new campaign begins March 1
SALT LAKE CITY (2/10/11)--Credit unions will have an opportunity beginning March 1 to participate in the Credit Unions for Kids “Change A Child’s Life” campaign, a new fundraising effort for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, a charity that raises funds for 170 children’s hospitals. Credit unions nationwide will invite members from March 1 through April 30 to donate their spare change at coin canisters displayed at teller windows. All funds raised will benefit the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Sponsoring this year’s “Change a Child’s Life” campaign is a longtime Credit Unions for Kids supporter, CO-OP Financial Services. CO-OP also underwrites the “Miracle Match” program, which provides $1 million annually in matching funds to credit unions conducting fundraisers to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals through the Credit Unions for Kids program. This year, Credit Unions for Kids and the credit union community celebrate 15 years as a Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals partner. During that time, credit unions have raised more than $80 million to support children’s hospitals. For more information use the link, or e-mail jdearborn@CMNHospitals.org.
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