Eleven Spokane-area credit unions contributed their share of the NWCUA’s Roaring 20’s auction funds to Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital February 9.
Thirty years after founding Credit Unions for Kids, Northwest credit unions keep the tradition strong with contributions of nearly $100,000 to two Oregon children’s hospitals. Toys, wagons and baby swings were part of the bounty.
Northwest credit unions celebrated the day by serving their communities, raising funds for children’s hospitals, treating their members, and more.
Credit unions give Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals funds raised at annual auction, along with iconic Radio Flyer wagons.
When it comes to Credit Unions for Kids, it seems there is no limit to the generosity of credit unions — regardless of asset size. With the Heroes of Hope auction around the corner, Anthem profiles a small credit union’s passion for the movement’s charity of choice.
Credit union representatives and other community leaders learned just how close to home miracles can happen when they gathered for “Lunch at Tiffany’s” in Eugene. The event raised more than $132,000 for PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center, part of the Children’s Miracle Network of hospitals.
On Sept. 12, hundreds of credit unions will raise money for local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals by celebrating Miracle Jeans Day. The concept is simple: employees donate $5 to trade in their traditional work attire and wear jeans instead.
The credit unions of Lane County, Oregon, completed their two-year, $150,000 Credit Unions for Kids fundraising goal for Sacred Heart Medical Center in just over one-and-a-half years.