ConServe Keeps the Homeless Warm and Fed in Western New York
- December 14, 2016
ConServe Employees Donate to the Buffalo City Mission, The Rochester Open Door Mission and the House of Mercy
Rochester, N.Y. – In December, ConServe employees, along with the company's "Matching Gift Program," made a generous donation to the Buffalo City Mission, the Rochester Open Door Mission and the House of Mercy. Employees raised the money through their Jeans For Charity program, in which employees can donate money in exchange for the option of wearing jeans to work for the entire month.
All three charities support impoverished men, women and children while simultaneously providing them with hope and growth opportunities. ConServe's donation helped to provide warm and nutritious meals for the homeless throughout the holiday season. Without the option of these shelters, many of our community neighbors would not only go without a holiday meal, but also regular meals throughout the year.
"The holidays are an especially hard time of year for our community's most vulnerable: the homeless members of our society" said ConServe Vice President of Human Resources, George Huyler. "As part of our corporate mission at ConServe, we are committed to supporting philanthropic causes that are aimed at improving the human condition. ConServe prides itself on doing the right thing, at the right time, the right way."
ConServe is a top-performing award-winning provider of accounts receivable management services specializing in customized recovery solutions for our Clients. Anchored with ethics and compliance, and steadfast in our pursuit of excellence, we are a consumer-centric organization that operates as an extension of our Client's valued brand. For over 30 years, we have partnered with our Clients to give them peace of mind while simultaneously helping them achieve their goals. Ethics. Technology. Performance.
About Buffalo City Mission
The Buffalo City Mission, founded in 1917, is a not-for-profit organization that provides preventative, emergency and long-term recovery services to thousands of people who are homeless or impoverished. The Mission includes: Women and Children's Shelter (Cornerstone Manor); the Men's Community Center; the Mission Vehicle Donation Program; and the Dick Road thrift store location to better serve our community. For more information please visit www.buffalocitymission.org
About Open Door Mission
The Open Door Mission is a Christian Rescue Mission founded to provide for the spiritual and physical needs of the impoverished and homeless men, women and children of Rochester, NY by restoring hope and changing lives. Established in 1952, the Open Door Mission is a privately funded 501(c)(3) non-profit organization chartered in the state of New York that relies primarily upon the private donations from the community to run its programs. For more information, please visit www.opendoormissionrocny.org.
About the House of Mercy
The House of Mercy is dedicated to serving and advocating for Rochester, NY's homeless citizens. Food, shelter, clothing, advocacy — operating 24/7, the House of Mercy never closes its doors on people in need. They strive to be a beacon of hope for the poorest of the poor, and we never give up on the thousands of people we serve each month. For more information, please visit: www.houseofmercyrochester.org