Credit unions are a top 5 fundraising partner for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
Co-op Miracle Match Program
Thank you for your interest in the Miracle Match program and for raising funds for CMN Hospitals. Our goal is to increase credit union participation/events and bring more awareness and support for CMN Hospitals. We try to get as many credit unions involved as possible and this year had an overwhelming response, thus the program funding has reached its limit and unfortunately we are unable to approve any more events this year.
We apologize we cannot match your event this year, invitations will be sent in early Q1 of 2023 and hopefully we can support your event next year. If you have any questions please send an email to MiracleMatch@coop.org.
Thank you for supporting CMN Hospitals, your donations help provide more advanced and affordable healthcare for 10 million kids treated each year.
Dr. Jeff Sperring, CEO of Seattle Children’s, gives a beautiful testimonial on what fundraising dollars can accomplish.
"CMN Hospitals is proud to have partnered with Co-op Solutions on another successful year of the Miracle Match program. The dedication and support that Co-op provides to children’s hospitals across the United States has set a gold standard in the credit union industry, and many other sectors. What makes it more amazing: Co-op’s support did not waver in the slightest during the past few ‘pandemic years’ which have caused hardships for many businesses and sectors. Thank you Co-op Solutions!"
Director of Strategic Partnerships
What Credit Unions Have To Say
TOGETHER we make a greater impact on the sick children in our communities. The Co-op Miracle Match Program makes it easy for credit unions to add a “miracle match” to their fundraising total that benefits their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. We are… people helping people!
Public Relations Manager
ELGA Credit Union
Credit Unions for Kids (CU4Kids), a program managed by Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, has raised over $165 million since its inception in 1996. This has allowed over 170 children's hospitals in North America to provide advanced care, equipment, and research to over 10 million children each year.