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CO-OP's Miracle Match Program Can Double Your Donation!

Launched in 2008, CO-OP's Miracle Match Program is a $1 million philanthropic matching program that encourages credit unions, chapters and leagues to create and participate in local Children's Miracle Network Hospitals fundraisers. CMN Hospitals raises funds for 170 children's hospitals across North America. Funds are used in many ways, such as supporting research and training, to purchase equipment, and/or pay for uncompensated care. Local fundraising is a great way to express community spirit, and build stronger ties with your members, by staging events that involve them to raise more funds for this worthy cause. 

There's Still Time for Miracles This Year!

Here are upcoming campaigns you can plan events around that offer excellent opportunities to engage your members and help children in need.


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Miracle Match is open to all credit unions, chapters and leagues in the United States. Since program funds are limited, application approval and the match amount will be distributed according to the credit union(s) membership and business relationship with CO-OP, and to chapters/leagues that have one or more CO-OP member credit unions.

Events must raise funds for a member Children's Miracle Network Hospital and be conducted under the Credit Union for Kids brand.

Your application should be submitted to CO-OP before the date of your event and by September 30. Submission of an application is not a guarantee of a match.

Check(s) must be submitted to the Children's Miracle Network Hospital headquarters in Utah and not directly to hospitals in order to follow proper accounting/auditing procedures and receive the matching funds.

For more information and additional eligibility requirements, please submit an application here.

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