America’s Christian Credit Union raises funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals on Miracle Jeans Day
GLENDORA, CA (October 20, 2015) — On October 7, America’s Christian Credit Union (ACCU) participated in the annual Miracle Jeans Day fundraiser for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, bringing its total of funds raised for CMN in 2015 to $7,216.21.
Since 2009, Miracle Jeans Day has encouraged groups and individuals alike to trade their traditional work attire for jeans and help raise funds for kids treated at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital in their area. Since its beginning, Miracle Jeans Day has raised more than $4 million to help fund life-saving medical needs in Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
“We are fortunate enough to support an organization like the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in their efforts to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible. I truly appreciate our staff for their dedication to serving others,” said Mendell L. Thompson, President/CEO of America’s Christian Credit Union. The credit union has been involved in Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals fundraising annually since 1998.
About America's Christian Credit Union
Founded in 1958 and currently managing nearly $500 million in assets America's Christian Credit Union provides a broad range of financial solutions grounded in Christian stewardship principles most notably savings and personal loan products that serve ministry expansion and families through their adoption loan program. The vision of America’s Christian Credit Union is “A Financial Partner for Cultural Impact” which is realized through their mission to reach, serve and teach in concert with their corporate priorities to build stronger: families, futures, communities and ministries. For additional information, visit www.AmericasChristianCU.com.
About Children’s Miracle Network
Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has raised more than $5 billion—most of it $1 at a time—for 170 children’s hospitals across the United States and Canada, which, in turn, use the money where it’s needed the most. These donations have gone to support research and training, purchase equipment, and pay for uncompensated care, all to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible.