Non-profit groups who are looking for funding are encouraged to send their information directly to the company.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
RecordAccount is planning on launching a major charity initiative and hopes to find the perfect non-profit groups to support, the company announced yesterday.
“We had a very good year in 2012 and feel like it's time for us to give back to the community,” said company spokesman Josh Fraser. “But, we want to make sure that we give back the right way. That's why we are soliciting information from non-profit groups to help us make the right decision.”
The company said that they want to make sure they give their money to groups that really make a difference.
“We know that some groups waste most of their contributions on administrative fees,” Fraser said. “We don't want any part of that. Instead, we want to find groups where the bulk of the money will go directly towards helping people in need.”
Non-profit groups who are looking for funding are encouraged to send their information directly to the company, Fraser said.
“We'd also be happy to hear from our customers if they know of any groups that are particularly worthy,” Fraser said. “I suspect we'll hear from a lot of large international groups, but we'll also be willing to hear about and support smaller, grass-roots organizations.”
The company hopes to start out their charitable giving drive by the beginning of March, Fraser said.
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