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CMN is an organization co-founded in 1983 by Marie Osmond and John Schneider.  The mission of the Children's Miracle Network is to generate funds and awareness programs to benefit children and affiliated hospitals.

CMN is a North American organization actively providing better health care to kids, through its associated hospitals.  Since its founding, CMN has helped raise more than $1 billion for children's hospitals.  The hospitals associated with CMN treat children with all types of afflictions-cancer, heart and muscular diseases, birth defects, cerebral palsy, AIDS, and accident victims.  CMN pride themselves on treating the whole child, rendering service based on need, not the ability to pay.

CMN's hallmark is that 100 percent of locally generated donations stay in the community in which they were made to benefit participating hospitals.

The management and staff of Midwest Regional Credit Union is proud to participate in the statewide campaign by credit unions to benefit Children's Miracle Network hospitals.  We are also honored to be a vehicle in which our employees and members can contribute to this very worthwhile cause.

Throughout the year the credit union will sponsor fundraising efforts for the employees and members to help benefit the CMN hospitals. Your past contributions has been greatly appreciated and has placed MRCU as one of the leading credit unions in supporting CMN.  So watch for future efforts and events in our newsletters, lobby postings and this website.

Let's help CMN make miracles happen!


Serving Eastern Kansas, including Anderson, Coffey, Douglas, Franklin, Geary, Johnson, Leavenworth, Linn, Miami, Morris, Osage, Pottawatomie, Riley, Wabaunsee, and Wyandotte Counties and Jackson County, Missouri.

We have offices in  Kansas City and Lawrence.

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