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Spokane CUs raise $159K for CUs for Kids
SEATAC, Wash. (7/14/14)--The Spokane (Wash.) Chapter of the Northwest Credit Union League celebrated a milestone $159,290 raised for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals last year ( Anthem July 8).
 
The Spokane Chapter noted the exceptional work of Spokane Teachers CU (STCU), Liberty Lake, with $1.9 billion in assets, which raised the highest amount by a single credit union at $56,002.78; and Amicus FCU, Spokane, with $11 million in assets, which reported the highest amount raised per member at $2.82.
 
Top fundraisers by asset size were Amicus FCU; Spokane City CU, Spokane, with $34 million in assets; United Health Services CU, Spokane, with $101 million in assets; and STCU.
 
Other credit unions highlighted at the event included Progressions CU, Spokane, with $54 million in assets; Cheney FCU, with $87 million in assets; Spokane Media FCU, with $10 million in assets; Coulee Dam FCU, with $110 million in assets; Horizon CU, Spokane Valley, with $601 million in assets; PrimeSource CU, Spokane, with $54 million in assets; Spokane FCU, with $131 million in assets; Avista Corp. CU, Spokane, with $54 million in assets; Global CU, Spokane, with $367 million in assets; Numerica CU, Spokane Valley, with $1.3 billion in assets; Safeway FCU, Spokane, with $54 million in assets; and Washington State Employees CU, Olympia, with $2 billion in assets.
 
The Northwest Credit Union Association's Heroes of Hope dinner and auction to benefit Credit Unions for Kids will be Oct. 8 in Spokane.
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