The Minnesota Credit Union Women’s Leadership Network is hosting a charitable giveback initiative at LEAD 22. Attendees and sponsors are encouraged to bring a donation for Coats for Kids, a coat and winter gear drive for the local area nonprofit Kinship Partners. We will accept new and gently used coats (should be clean and with working zippers and other closures, no rips, etc.) along with snow pants and boots. Items for teens are especially needed.
Kinship Partners is a nonprofit organization serving local kids since 1986. Kinship Partners is a member of the Kinship Affiliate Network and currently serves the Brainerd regional area, including Pequot Lakes, Crosby – Ironton, and their surrounding areas.
The Women’s Leadership Network aims to provide women with the opportunity and resources to make a measurable difference in the lives of each other, in the lives of credit union members and in their communities. As we enjoy the beautiful Brainerd area for our conference, please consider helping out the local community by bringing a donation to the event.
With questions about the coat drive, please reach out to Women’s Leadership Network Ambassador Jill Casper by email or (218) 822-5138.
Room Block Closing, August 12
The deadline for reservations within MnCUN's room block for LEAD 22 is this Friday, August 12. Following the deadline rooms will be based on availability.
Two-night lodging package includes lodging, 5 meals (Group Dinner Wednesday, Breakfast, Lunch and Group Dinner Thursday, and Breakfast Friday), Tennis & Croquet Club, non-motorized watercraft, green fees on Pine Beach East, Pine Beach West, and Social 9 courses (carts additional) service charge, and sales tax. Included meals are available from restaurants listed in the conference agenda. Please RSVP for Wednesday and Thursday group dinners on your conference registration.
With questions on lodging contact Madden’s directly. Cancelling your conference registration with the Minnesota Credit Union Network does not automatically cancel your resort reservation.
Please see our Event Policies regarding cancelation timelines. With additional questions, contact MnCUN Vice President of Communications and Engagement Andrea Molnau or Director of Engagement Ben Hering.
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