Collection Agency Raised & Donated $25,000 to Charities in 2012

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Account Discovery Systems LLC, a collection agency based in Amherst, N.Y., has tallied up their total 2012 charitable donations and its employees raised over $25,000 for several different efforts that aided those in need. The donated amount was raised by employees who have not only embraced the charitable efforts of the collection agency but have attended other charitable and community events.

During 2012, ADS was actively involved in charitable efforts that raised money for over 10 different organizations including their largest effort for Goodwill Food and Clothing drive during the holidays which raised over $15,000.00 in Buffalo, NY.

Other efforts included:

●    Cystic Fibrosis Foundation – raised $3,900 from employees and a private donation by owner John Chebat in the amount of $2,500

●    ADS’s Charities of Choice – internal fundraising effort that raised $1,355 for several local charities chosen by ADS’s employees

●    The Adopt-a-Family program – raised nearly $1,500 and donated countless gifts to families during the holidays

●    Hope for two – raised $3000 which helps aid pregnant women with Cancer

●    Salvation Army – raised $5,000 in clothing, food and toys for the holiday season

In 2011 ADS raised $1000 in cash along with 100 boxes, bags of food and clothing for Compass House, which helps abused or homeless women and children.

In 2010 the collection agency also raised over $1,000 to assist Haiti earthquake victims. They donated nearly $10,000 to help their own employees in emergency situations and they contributed an additional $1,370 to other philanthropic endeavors.

“Without our exceptional team of employees ADS would be unable to meet our business and charitable goals,” said John Chebat, Owner and CEO of Account Discovery Systems. “ADS team members make an enormous contribution to the success of this company as well as the ever-important community goals we have set forth. Each year we pledge to make an even greater impact and this team fully embraces that goal.” ADS aspires to continue their support of community events in 2013 by raising even more money to help people in their community in need and boost employee morale.

Account Discovery Systems (ADS) is a collection agency with offices in Amherst, NY.  Founded by John Chebat, ADS specializes in the collection of third-party debt in industries such as credit cards, pay day loans along with other professional services. With early intervention and a strong focus on ethics and diplomacy with consumers, ADS works hard to preserve the relationship between client and consumer with an ultimate goal of keeping the business relationship intact. The company serves approximately one dozen clients nationwide. Account Discovery Systems and their team have dedicated time to give back to their local community.

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