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MY CU Services Offers Online Donation Option
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (10/10/13)--With the holidays approaching, MY CU Services offers an online donation feature through which credit unions can contribute to their favorite charities, including the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
 
MY CU Services' electronic bill pay (EBP) program, provided to members of more than 750 credit unions nationwide, is encouraging users to send their donations electronically this holiday season to charities of their choice. For every donation members send before Dec. 31, MY CU Services will make a $1 donation to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
 
CMN is a non-profit organization raising funds for 170 children's hospitals across North America to help subsidize research and training, equipment, and uncompensated costs of patient treatments and care.   
 
"As we approach the year's prime time for charitable giving, we want to raise awareness of our EBP donation feature," said Jaime Agostino, marketing manager for MY CU Services. "It not only makes giving to your favorite charities simple and convenient, it also touches others through additional donations to CMN."
 
The donation option also allows members to make contributions in recognition of others, mail acknowledgements of donations, and create personal e-mails to notify those honored or recognized by donations.
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