Thank You for Making Miracle Jeans Day a Success

Each and every day, kids are treated for injuries and illnesses of all kinds at your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Your donations provide hope and healing for thousands of children in your community. Miracles are happening for families across the country with the help of hundreds of credit unions.

Miracle Jeans Day 2012 was a huge success – and support from the leagues was the key factor. At current count, 538 credit unions participate (up from 322 in 2011) and 22 leagues (up from 10 in 2011).

At least 23 Michigan credit unions participated in Miracle Jeans Day. They are:
BestSource CU
Chief Financial CU
Clinton County Federal CU
Community Alliance CU
Cornerstone Community Financial CU
Credit Union ONE
Detroit Metropolitan CU
Genisys CU
Good Shepherd CU
HarborLight CU
Monroe County Community CU
Motor City Co-op CU
Muskegon Governmental Employees FCU
Oakland County CU
Rivers Edge Community CU
Soo Co-op CU
Telcom CU
Thornapple Valley Community CU
Total Community CU
United Bay Community CU
Wildfire CU

Up Next: CU4Kids’ Holiday Icon Campaign
Save the date for Credit Unions for Kids’ third and final national campaign for 2012. From Nov. 1 through Dec. 31, credit unions are encouraged to provide members the opportunity to display their name on a winter-themed paper icon in exchange for a dollar donation to your local CMN Hospital. There are a variety of fun shapes to choose from including footballs, snowflakes and snowmen. Click here for more information or to order your icons.

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