OXFORD, Miss. -- Security Credit Services (SCS), a nationally recognized and trusted investment firm that specializes in purchasing receivables, also holds a passion for serving their local community and those in need. Members of the SCS team have made a point to do their part by volunteering at The Pantrya non-profit organization that has been providing food essentials to Oxford-area residents for 40 years. 

To get involved, employees of SCS offer their availability to their office manager, who can schedule them to work a half-day in the office, spending the rest of their time volunteering.  

“The Pantry has been such a great experience, it truly does feel amazing to help others who are in need,” said Latisha Nash, an employee at Security Credit Services. “Everyone involved is so motivated to be a part of a great cause that helps out so many people.” 

The Pantry accepts both food and monetary donations, the latter being utilized to purchase items from the Mid-South Food Bank in Memphis. Additionally, they receive support from the Mississippi Food Network and the federally funded CARES program. Food assistance is available to many types of families, especially those in lower-income households. The Pantry has adapted to the challenges that COVID-19 has presented, offering bags of prepared goods to feed a family for a week. 

 “The Pantry provides a wonderful service, and I am glad to see many of us here at Security Credit Services participating,” said William Alias III, CEO, SCS. “I look forward to continuing our involvement.” 

About the Pantry 

The Pantry is a 501(c)(3) organization providing food essentials to Oxford and Lafayette County area residents who need food security. The Pantry has been serving the community since 1982, partnering with local churches, institutions and businesses.  

About Security Credit Services 

Security Credit Services is an investment firm that purchases performing and non-performing account receivables. Purchased debt includes credit cards, healthcare, bank loans and specialty financed accounts, among others. The firm is trusted nationally, and its executives play important roles within the receivables management industry. SCS is a top 10 U.S. debt buyer and Inc 5000 company that has purchased over $20 billion in receivables since 2003.

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