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Arizona CUs raise 423301 for CU4Kids
PHOENIX (3/11/11)--The Arizona Credit Union League announced that the state’s credit unions raised $423,301 in 2010 for Credit Union for Kids (CU4Kids), the credit union movement’s program for raising money and supporting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Click to view larger image The Arizona Credit Union League said the state’s credit unions raised $423,301 in 2010 for Credit Union for Kids (CUs4Kids), the credit union movement’s charity program for raising money and supporting Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. Pictured, from left, are: Lee Bultman, director of patient and family services Phoenix Children’s Hospital; Pat Bodnar, senior vice president, Arizona Credit Union League; and Lenore Froehlich, vice president of marketing, Canyon State CU, Phoenix. (Photo provided by the Arizona Credit Union League)
Last year, Phoenix credit unions raised $377,975 to benefit Phoenix Children’s Hospital, while Tucson credit unions raised $45,326 for Tucson Medical Center. Phoenix funds help support One Darn Cool School, a K-12 inpatient education program enabling kids to continue their regular classroom studies while at the hospital. Tucson monies support the Pediatric Expansion Capitol Campaign--Block By Block, Miracles Happen. Desert Schools FCU, Phoenix, raised the most money out of any Phoenix credit union for Phoenix Children’s Hospital. It was followed by First CU, Chandler; TruWest CU, Tempe, and Arizona Central CU, Phoenix. Canyon State CU, Phoenix, also was honored for the highest percentage increase in fundraising. In Tucson, Hughes FCU was the top earner. Rounding out the top five were Tucson FCU, Arizona Central CU, Vantage West CU, and Pima FCU.
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