The CU4Kids silent auction goes virtual for i48

Published by: kevin.miller

April 20, 2021 | Uncategorized

The Credit Unions for Kids silent auction will once again be part of inVest48. This year, like the conference itself, the auction is going virtual, and bidding will be online. All proceeds from the auction will benefit Ohio’s Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals across the state. The CU4Kids Alliance is respectfully requesting a donation from your credit union for the auction one of two ways.

  • Provide a monetary donation to the CU4Kids Alliance: Your monetary donation will be combined with others to create larger auction items; the suggested minimum donation is $100.
    • Monetary donations can be made out to Credit Union for Kids Alliance and mailed to:
      Eydie Glasstetter, CES Credit Union, PO Box 631, 1215 Yauger Road, Mount Vernon, OH, 43050.
  • Donate an auction item: Auction items should be a combined value of at least $100, and we ask that you refrain from using items that contain your logo, as the bidders of these items will likely be individuals from other credit unions and vendors. Your donated item should be kept in hand until the conclusion of inVest48. Once winners are announced, you will be contacted regarding the shipment of the item(s) to the winner, which will be the responsibility of the donating organization.
    • A full item description and picture are requested for bidding purposes.

Your consideration and your cooperation in making the virtual auction a success is greatly appreciated. If your credit union would like to donate, please contact one of the alliance members below.


T: (614) 923-9707

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