Rochester, N.Y. – The employees of Continental Service Group, Inc., d.b.a. ConServe, are proud to have recently partnered with the U.S. Marine Corps’ Toys For Tots Foundation in the month of November to make the holidays a little brighter for the less fortunate children in their local communities.
By embracing this holiday tradition: “bringing the joy of Christmas to America’s needy children”, ConServe employees have the opportunity to “give back” to their local communities in an especially meaningful way at this time of the year. Embodying ConServe’s commitment to its corporate mission of improving the human condition, the Rochester, N.Y-based organization and its employees strived to make the holiday season a bit more cheerful for their community neighbors.
Jason Tiefel of the Marine Corps Coordinating Council of New York states “Toys For Tots is greatly appreciative to all three of ConServe’s office locations, Fairport, Henrietta and Cheektowaga, for their amazing donations to this year’s Toys For Tots campaign. These donations will go a long way in ensuring that every child has a smile on their face come Christmas morning. Thank you again for your continued support.”
“ConServe is a longtime supporter of the Marine Corps Toys For Tots campaign and is proud to do the right thing, at the right time, the right way in conveying a message of hope and inspiration to the youngest members of our local communities” adds Stacy Bartl, Public Relations and Communications Manager at ConServe. “Our team of generous employees are committed to giving back to their local communities and they wholeheartedly embrace the mission of this wonderfully rewarding annual gift drive and reinforce the heartwarming efforts of the Marine Corps Coordinating Council of New York so that every child can experience the magic of the season.”
ConServe has been ranked as a top-performer by the federal government during specific performance periods. Representing less than 1% of collection agencies nationwide, ConServe has achieved the ACA International Professional Practices Management System (PPMS) certification, representing the collection industry’s standard for quality management, and has completed the SSAE 16 Type II Engagement. Nationally accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) with an A+ rating, ConServe is a recipient of the Rochester Business Ethics Award, has repeatedly appeared on Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies and has been named a Rochester Top 100 company 13 times in the last 14 years.
ConServe has been voted a Best Place to Work in Collections (for the last three consecutive years) and was recognized in 2015 as the #1 Top Workplace in Rochester, N.Y. Training magazine named ConServe on its Top 125 list of organizations with the most successful learning and development programs in the world, Dale Carnegie has awarded ConServe with the 2015 Enthusiasm Award for maintaining a dynamic corporate culture and the Greater Rochester Quality Council has presented ConServe with both the Customer Excellence and Operations Excellence Awards.
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About Greater Rochester Toys For Tots:
The Greater Rochester Toys For Tots project grew out of a pilot program in1947 that was so successful the Marine Corps adopted Toys for Tots in 1948 and expanded it into a nationwide campaign. That year, Marine Corps Reserve units across the nation conducted Toys for Tots campaigns in each community in which a Marine Reserve Center was located. Marines have conducted successful nationwide campaigns at Christmas each year since 1948. The initial objective that remains the hallmark of the program today is to “bring the joy of Christmas to America’s needy children.”
Visit Toys For Tots Rochester online at: http://rochester-ny.toysfortots.org/local-coordinator-sites/lco-sites/default.aspx
About the Marine Corps Coordinating Council of New York:
The mission of the Marine Corps Coordinating Council of New York is “taking care of our own”….”We take care of Marines living in Western NY serving in the Buffalo and Syracuse units.” The biggest long term benefit of the council is to build continuity within the family readiness programs, keeping the community connected to our Marines. As they strive to “bring Marines and their community closer together” they host, support and organize a variety of efforts including special events, scholarships and financial assistance for Reservists. They encourage the community’s involvement in their endeavors and appreciate the support of individuals, organizations and businesses who help them help Marines.
Visit Marine Corps Coordinating Council of New York online at: http://mcccrochester.org/