Announces Plan to Support Non-Profit Groups That Fight Domestic Violence

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We want to find a way to help the community benefit from our success. is currently in the process of seeking out reliable non-profit groups that help victims of domestic violence, the company announced yesterday.

“We want to find a way to help the community benefit from our success,” a spokesman said. “We looked at our customer base and realized that domestic violence education and prevention is the best way we can give back to our community.”

Many people use to do background checks on potential romantic partners they meet online to make sure they are not abusers, he said.

“The fact that our customers are making sure that potential suitors don't have domestic violence records shows us just how serious a problem this is in our communities,” the spokesman said. “While we can help them avoid becoming domestic violence victims with our public records, we also want to help people who have not done business with our company.” is currently vetting several different charitable organizations that target domestic violence, he said.

“The goal here is to find organizations where most of the money goes directly to helping people,” the spokesman said. “We don't want to give to groups where our money will simply get sucked into administrative expenses.” will also seek out suggestions from their customers, he said.

“It's quite possible that many of our customers are familiar with domestic violence shelters that do great work, but that we are not aware of,” he said. 'We'd like to hear about them.”

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