Numerica’s ‘Memories for Miracles’ donates more than $10,000 to Children’s Miracle Network

SPOKANE VALLEY, WA (October 28, 2022) — Concert-goers at Gorge Amphitheatre raised awareness — and more than $10,000 — for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in 2022 with a free photo booth.

Numerica Credit Union’s “Memories for Miracles” initiative donated $1 to CMN Hospitals for every picture taken, up to $10,000. With Numerica team members adding to the total, a $10,495 donation was made this month following the final Numerica Concert Series event of the season.

“The generosity of Numerica and its members ensures we have specialized equipment, provides advanced educational training and supports our Child Life and Arts in Healing programs,” said Mary Hollingsworth, CMN Hospitals’ program director. “These services are unique to children’s hospitals and enhance the pediatric patient experience. Numerica’s continued partnership helps us provide the highest quality of care for children in the Inland Northwest.”

All funds raised during Memories for Miracles will benefit Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital, the region’s local CMN Hospital. There are 170 member hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.

“At Numerica, we are committed to giving back to organizations that support women and children,” said Kim Pearman-Gillman, Numerica’s senior vice president of community development and impact. “Memories for Miracles was a fun way to share the work CMN is doing. Donating one dollar at a time all adds up and makes an incredible impact for these families.”

As part of a multi-year agreement, the credit union partners with Live Nation to sponsor the Numerica Concert Series at the Gorge Amphitheatre.

About Numerica Credit Union

Headquartered in Spokane Valley, Numerica serves the financial needs of more than 170,000 members. It invests earnings toward enhancing lives, fulfilling dreams and building communities in Eastern Washington, Central Washington and North Idaho. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works or worships in the state of Washington or North Idaho. With more than $4.9 billion in assets under management, Numerica is federally insured by NCUA and an Equal Housing Opportunity lender.


Stephanie Stevenson
PR & Communications Specialist II
Numerica Credit Union

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