IQ Credit Union wins child advocacy award

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Local officials will present iQ Credit Union with a Children’s Advocacy Award on Monday to recognize its support of the Children’s Justice Center.

The credit union contributed to the program for the past 10 years. Recently, it gave $5,000 to help cover costs of national training for staff and to provide health care for child victims without medical coverage, according to a Vancouver Police Department release.IQ Credit Union wins child advocacy award

Local officials will present iQ Credit Union with a Children’s Advocacy Award on Monday to recognize its support of the Children’s Justice Center.

The credit union contributed to the program for the past 10 years. Recently, it gave $5,000 to help cover costs of national training for staff and to provide health care for child victims without medical coverage, according to a Vancouver Police Department release.