First Tech’s ‘Dave and Dan’ Raises $1.1 Million for Credit Unions for Kids

The Dave and Dan Classic brought an all star line up of celebrity athletes and the credit union community together to raise more than $1 million for Credit Unions for Kids.

Details, Details: Q&A With Monique Little of First Tech Federal Credit Union on the Dave and Dan Classic

Anthem talked to Monique Little, Chief People Officer for First Tech Federal Credit Union, on the history, planning and lead-up to the Dave and Dan Classic on July 11.

Dave and Dan Classic Looks to Continue Credit Unions for Kids Fundraising Support

Formerly known as the “Hank and Moose Open,” the Dave and Dan Classic donated a record $757,837 for Credit Unions for Kids in 2015, which benefits Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. This year’s event is slated for July 11.

Solarity Credit Union Awards Five Students With Scholarships

One recipient, who is studying to bring health care to underserved populations, lauds the credit union for supporting graduate students as well as others.

Credit Unions Swing for $1 Million Hole-in-One

The annual Dave & Dan Classic celebrity golf tournament aims to raise an unprecedented $1 million for Credit Unions for Kids.

Sargent: Credit Unions for Kids Golf Tournament was Mickey Mantle’s Idea

The numbers are official: The Dave & Dan Classic raised $408,000 for Credit Unions for Kids. Tom Sargent is often credited with giving birth to the golf event 14 years ago, but he has some surprising news about where he got the idea.

Dave & Dan Classic Sets Fundraising Record

The credit union community came together to raise an estimated $400,000 for Credit Unions for Kids this week. The Dave & Dan Classic continues a years-long tradition started by former First Tech CEO Tom Sargent.

First Tech’s “Dave and Dan” Celebrity Golf Tournament Raises over $380,000 for Credit Unions for Kids

The Dave and Dan Celebrity Golf Tournament raised nearly $400,000 for Credit Unions for Kids, and continued a 13-year fundraising tradition that to date has collected nearly $3 million. Formerly known as the “Hank and Moose Open” the tournament this year was named for Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees Dave Wilcox and Dan Fouts.