Charity of the Month – Cullen Children’s Foundation

Innovative Office Solutions is the proud sponsor of the Minnesota Wild Charity of the Month program for the third consecutive year. This program brings exposure to Minnesota charities, once per month throughout the NHL season.

The October Charity of the Month is Cullen Children’s Foundation.

The Cullen Children’s Foundation, or Cully’s Kids, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing financial resources to organizations that support children’s healthcare needs founded by Matt & Bridget Cullen in 2003.

Each summer, a Celebrity Weekend is held in the Fargo-Moorhead area which includes a Celebrity Golf Tournament, Silent Auction & Social, and Kid’s Picnic.

This year, the Cully’s Kids Celebrity Weekend made over $430,000, surpassing this year’s goal and setting a new record.  Over the last seven years, the Cullen Children’s Foundation has raised more than $2.3 million to benefit Cully’s Kids and has created an endowment fund of more than $1 million to ensure that the Foundation can continue to grant money into the future.

The kids who benefit – affectionately named Cully’s Kids – live with special care needs due to affects of cancer or other disease. Grants are awarded by the Cullen Children’s Foundation to local Fargo-Moorhead organizations that support these children’s health needs while positively improving their quality of life and have totaled more than $700,000 through 2010.

About Jason Player
Chief Information Officer for Innovative Office Solutions. Responsible for making sure that all employee, customer and supplier partners have the information they need to meet their goals.

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