INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – IMC Credit Services (IMC), an Indianapolis-based accounts receivable and collection service under the Receivables Management Partners (RMP) brand of companies, is holding up RMP’s vision to make the world a better place through their work with a local social services organization, Wheeler Mission Ministries.
Wheeler Mission Ministries is a non-denominational Christian social services organization that provides critically needed goods and services to the homeless, poor, and needy of central Indiana. Founded in 1893, Wheeler has nine locations, dozens of ministries and is the oldest, largest, and most diverse continuously operating ministry of its kind in the state. Their mission is to provide Christ-centered programs and services to the homeless and those in need. The organization provides emergency services and residential programs to men, women, and children, including short and long term shelter, nutritious meals, medical services, and addiction support.
The IMC Charity Committee, Taking it to the Streets, has been organizing volunteer projects in coordination with Wheeler Mission for nearly three years. IMC employees volunteer on a monthly, and sometimes bimonthly, basis serving dinner to hundreds of less-fortunate men from the Indianapolis area. IMC also regularly donates cash and supplies collected in the office. “Seeing so many in need makes me feel so fortunate for what I have been given and inspires me to help others,” said Nikki Hudgens, one of the Taking it to the Streets chairpersons.
“IMC Credit Services has been a great partner for Wheeler Mission,” said Brian Crispin, Director of Marketing for Wheeler Mission Ministries. “In 2016 IMC was a sponsor of our 100 Holes for the Homeless golf fundraiser, and they frequently bring in volunteer groups to help us to serve the hundreds of homeless men, women, and children coming through our doors seeking shelter. Wheeler is extremely grateful for IMC’s support.”
The mission at RMP is to provide the highest quality accounts receivables management services through an industry best standard of professionalism while preserving the dignity and integrity of all members of the community. The company’s vision is to do the right thing, 100 percent of the time, not only for employees and clients, but also for the members of the communities in which they live and work. IMC’s work with Wheeler Mission is just one example of how RMP employees are working every day to make the world a better place.
IMC is dedicated to maintaining its relationship with Wheeler Mission Ministries, and provides each new employee with the opportunity to serve their community at one of their monthly events. One of IMC’s newest team members, CuRonda Shelby, had this to say of her first experience: “I now see how it makes people feel to be able to go somewhere and get a meal. I was touched. I will be volunteering more often and I feel that I was able to make someone happy. That makes me feel grateful for the experience.”
Wheeler Mission Ministries is always looking for more support from the community. You can lend a hand to those in need in Indianapolis by donating money and supplies, or volunteering your time. For more ways you can get involved, visit http://wheelermission.org/.
Receivables Management Partners (RMP) is a financial services firm that enables leading healthcare providers to focus on patients instead of payments. Known for its innovative culture and compassionate approach to collections, RMP has grown to over 520 people in nine offices across the U.S. The company proudly serves over 200 hospitals and roughly 30,000 physicians nationwide.
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Karla Wittgren, Marketing Operations Manager
Ali Bechtel, Digital Marketing Manager
Alissa Boardman, Charity Committee Facilitator