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Since they began supporting a statewide charity two decades ago, Massachusetts credit unions have reached a milestone of raising more than $2 million that supports ‘A Bed for Every Child’ initiative run by the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless, the Cooperative Credit Union Association announced Tuesday.

“The idea of so many children throughout Massachusetts not having their own bed is unimaginable,” CCUA President/CEO Ronald McLean said. “Massachusetts credit unions have banned together to ensure every child has a place to dream. We believe in the good work that the coalition accomplishes and are happy to do our part in helping children get a good night’s sleep to prepare them for a better future.”

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