California, USA (CU)_ Tyfone, Inc., a leading provider of digital banking solutions to community financial institutions, stated at the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference that it would begin promoting Tyfone/CU4kids co-branded coffee as part of the Java4Kids initiative. This initiative is a collaboration with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and was created to aid in the organization’s fundraising efforts. Profits from the program will be donated entirely to CMN Hospitals.
Nick Coleman, Director of Strategic Partnerships for CMN Hospitals, expressed delight over the collaboration. He said, “We have partnerships with 170 children’s hospitals across the U.S. and Canada. Since 1996, credit unions have donated more than $165 million through CU4Kids, making them our fifth largest donor. We’re excited to partner with Tyfone for Java4Kids as a unique fundraiser.”
Josh DeTar, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Tyfone, expressed hopes over the partnership. He said, “We all know how important children’s health and security are and we all know how crucial coffee is to helping us adults survive, so it only makes sense to leverage one to benefit the other”. He added, “The CU4Kids movement has its roots in Portland, so as a Portland-based company, we’re very pleased to do our small part for this important cause.”
Tyfone will keep sufficient coffee samples in store at its CUNA GAC booth #313. The Java4Kids coffee can be purchased through the Tyfone website. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® generates cash and awareness for the organization’s 170 member hospitals, which offer 32 million treatments to children each year in the United States and Canada. Tyfone, headquartered in Portland, Oregon, is a market leader in providing consumer and business digital banking services to community financial institutions across the United States.