Upcoming Children's Miracle Network initiatives

Posted by Laurie Okawa-Moore
on "October 26, 2018 10:30 am"

Our fundraising efforts to support Kapiolani Children’s Miracle Network are always ongoing. Your League recognizes the hard work our credit union put into fundraising events. Your efforts helped us raised over $500,000 in less than five years during our 5 In 5 initiative.

 

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New: Employee Giving Website Credit Unions for Kids (CU4Kids), the organization that supports Children’s Miracle Network fundraising by credit unions across the nation, announces upcoming initiatives to help your credit union achieve fundraising goals.hawaiicu4kidsplaque

CU4Kids just launched a new platform to offer credit unions their own branded site to promote fundraising to employees. This site is free of charge and won’t require any set up work from the credit union. More information will be coming out over the next few weeks and if you have any questions, please contact Chris Perry at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Vote for Miracles 
The 3rd annual Vote for Miracles campaign kicks off November 27th and runs through December 18th. The goal this year is to get 1 million votes! Credit unions are encouraged to ask their members, employees, and communities to vote for their local children’s hospital to win a donation from CO-OP Financial Services. $100k will be divvied between the top five hospitals. For promotional materials and more information, check out the website here. The link to the webpage will allow you to vote is here.

Please remember all money raised in Hawaii will benefit Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children and the programs and services provided to children in our state and the pacific basin. Click here for more information about Hawaii Credit Union League’s participation in CU4Kids and Kapiolani Children’s Miracle Network.

Pictured above: Hawaii's credit unions are recognized for its $536,444 donation to the new hospital wing. A plaque on in the Rehabilitation Services Waiting Room and on a wall mural in the new Diamond Head wing are a lasting legacy of your credit union's efforts.