Numerica Credit Union Funded Coffee Day to Support Miracles for Local Kids

Numerica Credit Union, based in Spokane Valley, Washington, funded “Miracle Coffee Day” on Oct. 18 to bolster Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN) support of local children and families.

One dollar from every drink sold at Spokane-area Dutch Bros was donated to CMN, up to $10,000. Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital is the region’s CMN hospital.

In 2022, Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital treated more than 36,000 children. With help from community partners, CMN raised $2.2 million for the Spokane hospital.

“Numerica’s continued partnership helps us provide the highest quality of care for children in the Inland Northwest,” said Mary Hollingsworth, CMN’s Sacred Heart-based program director. “The generosity of Numerica supports specialized equipment, advanced educational training, and housing assistance for out-of-town families. It also benefits CMN’s Child Life and Arts in Healing programs.”

Miracle Coffee Day is funded through the Numerica CARES for Kids initiative, the credit union’s focused, long-term commitment to building brighter futures for youth and families. The impact for our nonprofit partners increases thanks to special events with like-minded businesses like Dutch Bros.

“Dutch Bros is thrilled to announce its exciting partnership with Numerica to drive positive change in the community,” said Kevin Parker, Dutch Bros owner. “Through this collaboration, we will actively support Children’s Miracle Network, a cause that resonates deeply with our company values. We are grateful for the unwavering support of our customers in making this partnership possible.”

Posted in Regional Member News, Washington.