Credit unions are a top 5 fundraising partner for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
Congratulations Credit Union Industry! 2019 Program Closes With Near-Record Amount Raised
CO-OP Financial Services is proud to announce that the 2019 CO-OP Miracle Match program is closing with a near-record amount raised for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. We are so pleased to provide matching funds to 86 Credit Union for Kids fundraisers, plus sponsor 14 additional industry fundraisers, for a grand total of 100 events!
We thank you for your interest, but at this point, we are no longer issuing invitations for this year. An update for the 2020 program will be posted on this page in January.
Thank you again for helping children in need of medical treatment get the care they deserve – and for helping their families receive the support they deserve as well!
If you have questions, you may contact Charlotte Locklear, who manages the Miracle Match program, at 800-782-9042, ext. 7210 or firstname.lastname@example.org
"We offered the opportunity to skip their loan payment and in return we donated 100% of the funds of the administration fee to Arkansas Children’s Hospital through the Credit Unions for Kids program. Our members love taking advantage of the Skip a Pay, especially because CO-OP Financial Services matches the funds we raise. We love the CO-OP Miracle Match! Thank you for this opportunity!"
Amanda McCartyBusiness Development and Marketing Telcoe FCU, Arkansas
What Credit Unions Have To Say
"With matching support from CO-OP, Elements Financial is able to make a much larger impact for Riley Riley Hospital for Children. We just presented our 8th Annual Cars 4 Kids Campaign this summer, resulting in a $32,000 gift. A Miracle Match of $10,000 was included. Elements is deeply grateful to our partners at CO-OP for their generosity."
Assistant Vice President, Branding and Communications
Elements Financial CU, Indiana
Since 1996, the CU4Kids program has raised more than $185M for children's hospitals. The hospitals provide 32 million patient visits for 10 million kids each year. Read More