Array Services Group Recognizes Importance of Giving Back to the Community

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Array Services Group (Array), a leader in Revenue Cycle and Accounts Receivable Management and Call Center Solutions, announces the completion of five successful charitable initiatives. Each year employees at Array’s family of companies, J.C. Christensen & Associates, ProSource, and CareCall, come together and participate in company sponsored charitable campaigns. This year they raised money for Breast Cancer Awareness, United Way, and the March of Dimes, collected toys to aid Toys for Tots, and volunteered at Catholic Charities.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Array and its employees raised $7,500 for the “Making Strides Walk” event held at St. Cloud State University. In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, employees were able to purchase t-shirts, hats, and casual days throughout October to support its Making Strides walking team the “Cure Crusaders” and to raise money for breast cancer research.

United Way: Array’s United Way campaign proved to be a great success. Fundraising events included carnival games, a 50/50 raffle, a basket raffle, casual days, e-pledges, a food drive, and a clothing drive. These events showed tremendous success with donation totals amounting to 190 articles of clothing, enough food to feed nine families for one week, and over $22,000 in e-pledges. The entire campaign, between employee and corporate contributions, totaled over $34,000 to local chapters.

March of Dimes: Array and its employees participated in the March of Dimes event held at the St. Cloud State University. In an effort to help raise money to fund research and programs, employees were able to purchase casual days through Array’s interoffice “Blue Jeans for Babies” campaign. Array and its employees rallied around the cause and raised a total of $7,500.

Toys for Tots: Each year at Array’s company holiday party, employees are asked to participate in a “Toys for Tots” toy drive. This year’s efforts proved to be a huge success with substantial employee donations. Nhyla Yorek, Event Coordinator at Array Service Group, stated “Our employees did an amazing job ensuring that kids in the community will have a very merry holiday season!”

Catholic Charities: The local Catholic Charities serves as a distribution center for Toys for Tots during the holiday season. This year a group of Array employees aided Catholic Charities efforts by helping distribute toys to local families in need.

With each year that passes, Array employees have shown continuing effort to benefit their local community and they look forward to seeing what they can contribute in the years to come. “Giving to our local community has become an important part of who we are and I am proud of our employees for their generosity,” said Jim Christensen, Chief Executive Officer of Array Services Group.

Array Services Group and its three innovative business units – CareCall, ProSource and J.C. Christensen & Associates – offer professional services in call management disciplines, accounts receivable and revenue cycle management, empowering clients for immediate and future success. For more information visit www.arraysg.com.

 

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