Help Make This Year’s Credit Unions For Kids Auction a Success
Auction proceeds support programs, research, and new technology at Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in the Northwest.
Want to make a difference in the lives of children in need of critical medical care? You can—by volunteering for the 2019 Credit Unions for Kids Auction Committee.
Last year’s auction raised a record-breaking $631,462 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at MAXX 2018 in Tacoma. Your Association is so grateful to auction attendees who committed dollars to this worthy cause, and thanks the 2018 Auction Committee members for their contributions. Without you, the auction wouldn’t have been the huge success that it was.
Your Association wants to achieve big things again this year, and to do that, we need our members’ help. Consider volunteering to be on the Auction Committee for MAXX 2019, where you can make a real impact.
“Our Auction Committee members will once again play a key role in helping us coordinate this successful event,” said Northwest Credit Union Association Director of Programming, Holly Miller. “Each year we build on our successes, and our Committee helps us make this important work possible.”
Committee members help determine the event’s theme and design, and commit to working on the procurement of event sponsorships, table sales, or a donation items. Those interested in volunteering should contact Holly Miller by Jan. 25.
Credit Unions for Kids was born in the Northwest in 1986, and is the national Credit Union Movement’s charity of choice. Every dollar raised at the auction goes to Children’s Miracle Network hospitals in the region. Funds raised support families in need, state-of-the-art care, life-saving research, and the development of new technology.
Credit unions will once again honor this legacy during your Association’s annual MAXX Convention in Spokane, Washington, Oct. 15-17.
By becoming an Auction Committee member, you will inspire attendees to raise their paddles high to help children get the lifesaving medical care they need.