Axcess Financials’ 2020 Charitable Donations Total More than $100,000

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Axcess Financial announced the company will have donated over $100,000 in cash donations by the end of 2020 to a variety of charities throughout the year.

“At Axcess Financial, we believe in giving back to our communities and working together to make a difference,” said Patrick Robertson, Chief Administrative Officer of Axcess Financial. “It is an honor to work with individuals who value volunteerism and charitable giving.”

Axcess Financial announced the company will have donated over $100,000 in cash donations by the end of 2020.

“At Axcess Financial, we believe in giving back to our communities and working together to make a difference,” said Patrick Robertson, Chief Administrative Officer of Axcess Financial. “It is an honor to work with individuals who value volunteerism and charitable giving.”

Axcess Financial will continue its child-centered charity work, by donating $25,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati (BGCGC). Axcess has a long-standing relationship with BGCGC, where in 2019, they partnered to give 25 bikes away to select club members in honor of Axcess Financials’ 25th Anniversary.

Other examples of the company’s donations in 2020 include:

  • $12,500 to The Martin Luther King Jr Center for Non-Violent Social Change- The Center works to emphasize nonviolence education and training, youth leadership development, advocacy and awareness and community building.
  • $12,500 to the National Urban League - The National Urban League is a historical civil rights organization dedicated to economic empowerment, equality, social justice, educational opportunities and works to guarantee civil rights for African Americans and other historically underserved groups in America.
  • $12,500 to EmbraceRace – EmbraceRace works to nurture resilience in children of color, nurture inclusive, empathetic children of all stripes, raise kids who think critically about racial inequity,and support a movement of kid and adult racial justice advocates for all children.
  • $12,500 to BEAM (Black Emotional and mental health) – BEAM’s mission is to remove the barriers that Black people experience in getting access to or staying connected with emotional health care and healing.

Axcess Financial also has an EPIC Outreach Program which empowers employees from Check `n Go locations across the U.S. to choose organizations within their community to support, which allows these employees to have a positive impact in the communities in which they live, work and play.

“Our corporate associates and retail employees are passionate about helping their neighborhoods, and people who are in need.” Robertson said, “Our business is all about helping people in need, and we’re looking forward to continuing our tradition of volunteering, EPIC outreach, and charitable giving in the new year.”

In addition to the monetary donations, the company creates a giving tree during the holiday season that inspires donations from employees of clothing, food, toys, and any items that a member may need or request. These donations are collected for the Lighthouse Youth & Family Services located in Cincinnati, OH.

For more information about Axcess Financial, visit their website at http://www.axcess-financial.com.

About Axcess Financial/ Check `n Go:
Axcess Financial is a financial solutions provider for real people and a career destination for those who want to make a difference. Axcess provides support to various Check `n Go and Allied Cash Advance retail stores, as well as supporting online services for Check `n Go. Offering payday loans, installment loans and more, Check `n Go was founded in 1994 to serve the money needs of people who are often ignored by banks. Since then, Axcess Financial, Check `n Go, and Allied Cash Advance has grown to 700+ retail stores and has serviced over 50 million loans. To learn more about our Check `n Go locations, please visit https://www.checkngo.com/state-center/.

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