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Origence Raises $132,850 on Behalf of 30th Anniversary!

As part of the celebration around its 30th anniversary, during its Lending Tech Live ’24 event here Origence announced it had raised $132,850 in its “30 Years of Impact” campaign fundraiser for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Origence had announced its “30 Years of Impact” campaign on May 27 and invited individuals and credit unions to contribute a minimum of $300, with an overall goal of raising $30,000. Origence said it would then match the contribution to raise $30,000 more.

During Lending Tech Live, the company reported donations continued and quickly climbed past the $30,000 goal. After Origence donated an additional $10,000 on top of its initial $30,000, the campaign ended with a total contribution of $132,850.

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From left, Diana Dykstra, Bill Cheney (representing CMN hospitals) and Tony Boutelle at Origence Lending Tech Live event.

According to Origence, donors contributed online designating which Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in their local community would receive the gift or opted to spread the support across all Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals nationwide.

$10,000 Donations

  • America First Credit Union
  • Centris Federal Credit Union
  • Mountain America Credit Union
  • Security Service Federal Credit Union

$5,000 Donations

  • Golden 1 Credit Union
  • Financial Partners Credit Union
  • Redwood Credit Union
  • Schools First Federal Credit Union

‘Heartfelt Thanks’

“As our ‘30 Years of Impact’ campaign comes to a close, I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to all our credit union partners who participated and helped make this initiative a resounding success,” Origence CEO Tony Boutelle said in a statement. “Together, we have made a meaningful difference in the lives of children and families through Credit Unions for Kids / Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. This campaign has reinforced our commitment to the principle of ‘people helping people,’ and we look forward to continuing this spirit of giving and community support in the years to come.”