PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Credit Management Company’s (CMC) support of Special Olympics is a further demonstration of their commitment to diversity and inclusion, as well as fostering a workplace where people with varying backgrounds and viewpoints can thrive. This commitment is clear across the company, including their support for people with disabilities.
“Our donation is just a small part of our annual community relations efforts. We believe that businesses have a social and ethical responsibility to give back to communities and help those in need. We have always taken pride in how we support our clients, our employees and our neighbors,” stated Joel McKiernan, VP of Sales.
CMC is an accounts receivable management company based in Pittsburgh that is committed to providing business partners with optimum accounts receivable management, debt recovery, and customer care programs through industry expertise, call center management, current technology, and superior communication.
CMC has been supporting clients of all sizes in many industries for over 50 years.
About Special Olympics
Special Olympics is a global movement that unleashes the human spirit through the transformative power and joy of sports, every day around the world. We empower people with intellectual disabilities to become accepted and valued members of their communities, which leads to a more respectful and inclusive society for all. Using sports as the catalyst and programming around health and education, Special Olympics is fighting inactivity, injustice and intolerance. Founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, the Special Olympics movement has grown to more than 4.5 million athletes in 170 countries.
With the support of more than 1.4 million coaches and volunteers, Special Olympics delivers 32 Olympic-type sports and more than 94,000 games and competitions throughout the year. Special Olympics is supported by individuals, foundations and partners, including the Christmas Records Trust, the Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics, The Coca-Cola Company, The Walt Disney Company and ESPN, Lions Clubs International, Mattel, Microsoft, P&G, Bank of America, Essilor Vision Foundation, the B. Thomas Golisano Foundation, Finish Line, The Safeway Foundation, and Safilo Group. Visit Special Olympics at www.specialolympics.org.