A capacity crowd raised a record amount for Credit Unions for Kids and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at the Hollywood Glamour Auction, an event that fittingly punctuated 30 years of Credit Unions for Kids, the charity that started right here in the Northwest.
Donations of $25,000 will be made on behalf of two winning state credit union leagues.
Credit Unions for Kids Celebrates 30 Years With $5 Million Commitment to the OHSU Gary & Christine Rood Family Pavilion
For three decades, Northwest credit unions’ “charity of choice” has supported OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, embodying the cooperative principle of “people helping people.”
Canepa Bang is EVP, Industry Relations for Strategic Link partner CO-OP Financial Services.
Point West is organizing its third annual bowling event in Portland, while the Kitsap and Pierce County chapters are coming together for a golf tournament.
Miracle Jeans Day is coming soon. It’s a chance to link denim to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, instead of questionable early 2000s fashion statements.
We talked to the credit union organizing one of the premier Credit Unions for Kids events of the summer: sipping wine on the Willamette.
Though tickets are available past September 16, the Hollywood Glamour-themed auction needs items by that date. It’s already seen impressive contributions, from dinner with Seahawks great Steve Largent to a basket drive and much more.
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.
A milestone was reached in Credit Unions for Kids’ storied, 30 year Northwest history with a naming ceremony at Seattle Children’s Hospital June 29. Seattle area credit unions announced a $1 million, five-year commitment.
Celebrating 30 years since starting in the Northwest, Credit Unions for Kids helps thousands of kids receive medical care through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. This is Lauren’s story.
America’s Credit Union Conference will come together in Seattle, billed as one of the most ‘innovative’ conferences of the year.
In late-June, credit union leaders will come together at Seattle Children’s Hospital to dedicate the Credit Unions for Kids Skybridge in recognition of a five-year, $1 million fundraising commitment. We looked at what that represents and how credit unions can help.
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.
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.
Seattle Children’s Hospital Receives $64,000 Donation from Credit Unions for Kids, Toy Donation From Seattle-Area Credit Unions
Two Seattle area credit unions donated toys, red wagons, and delivered a donation of more than $64,000 to Seattle Children’s Hospital as part of Credit Unions for Kids.
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.
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital received some “credit union love” and generous Credit Unions for Kids contributions on January 13.