Join Your Northwest Peers for an Enchanted Night of Miracles
May 24, 2021
Get ready to raise your paddles high at the Credit Union for Kids Auction on Oct. 6, during NWCUA’s 2021 MAXX Convention in Boise!
This year’s auction, themed the Enchanted Northwest Gala – An Auction Benefitting CU4Kids, represents the captivating beauty of the region we call home. Dress in your finest attire, come as a woodland fairy, or sport your best lumberjack plaid and enjoy a magical evening full of miracles.
Last November, credit unions showed up in force for the virtual Cheers & Chocolates CU4Kids Auction, raising over $726,000 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, which provide lifesaving care for millions of kids in the Northwest. Your Association looks forward to another record-breaking year of fundraising.
“Watching credit unions give so generously during last year’s virtual auction was absolutely humbling,” said Holly Miller, NWCUA Director of Programming. “Our members constantly amaze me with their generosity and support — they bid with their hearts, and we have no doubt they will once again make us proud leaders in CU4Kids fundraising this year.”
The Auction will feature an inspiring Miracle Child, soon to be announced, and will welcome back Auctioneer Misty Marquam, who will energetically lead the bidding for some terrific items, such as vacation getaways; sports outings; and several themed gift baskets full of wine, treats, jewelry, and more.
Space is very limited for the dinner portion of this year’s Auction, and tickets are selling at an unprecedented rate. Credit unions are welcome to buy an individual ticket, tickets for two, or a table for eight.
The Silent Auction will move to online only this year and will be accessible to all — even those who are not able to attend MAXX or the Auction dinner. Tickets to bid in the online silent auction are $25.
For more information, or to register for this year’s auction, please see the MAXX event page. To learn about sponsorship opportunities or make a donation, contact NWCUA’s Director of Programming, Holly Miller.