SEATAC, Wash. (3/26/15)--There's perhaps no better place to inspire people to continue carrying on the credit union philosophy of "people helping people" than at a Children's Miracle Network (CMN) Hospital, an organization to which the credit union movement has financially dedicated itself through Credit Unions for Kids.
That's why the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) has decided to host six town hall meetings this year at each of the six CMN Hospitals found in Washington and Oregon, rather than at traditional credit union branches.
The new setting will allow credit union leaders from the region to see firsthand the difference they make in the lives of children and their families, the NWCUA said (Anthem March 23).
"I'm incredibly excited for this year's town halls," said Troy Stang, NWCUA president/CEO. "These town hall meetings have proven to provide a strong bond throughout the credit union movement of the Northwest, and hosting these events at Children's Miracle Network Hospitals will add an extra layer of meaning and purpose to each of the gatherings."
The NWCUA's town hall meetings provide attendees the chance to network with fellow credit union professionals, gain insight into opportunities developing in the Northwest, and learn more about resources offered by the Northwest Credit Union Foundation, according to the league.
The town hall meeting schedule includes: