Employee Donations Supports Community Efforts

ConServe’s Jeans For Charity Program Infuses Hope into the Community

Rochester, N.Y. – Continental Service Group, Inc., d/b/a ConServe, embraces giving back to the community. In fact, “helping to improve the human condition” is actually part of their corporate mission statement. The concept of paying it forward and giving back to those less fortunate or burdened with some of life’s most difficult challenges is infused into the corporate culture.

As a means of expressing their big-heartedness, the employees at ConServe, in conjunction with the company’s “Matching Gift Program”, work together to make an impactful difference in people’s lives. Through their ongoing philanthropic program, ConServe employees can elect to participate in monthly charitable donations in exchange for the option of wearing jeans to work. Their company-wide charity program allows both the employees and the organization as a whole to support their diversified community investment plan. Employees not only embrace ConServe’s mission of fostering relationships within their community but also take pride in doing the right thing, at the right time, the right way.

In the month of August, the ConServe team made donations to the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ABVI), Rochester Rehabilitation Center, Inc. and Flower City Down Syndrome Network. Sarah Favro, Senior Philanthropy Manager at ABVI, had this to stay about ConServe’s generosity: “We at ABVI are incredibly grateful for ConServe’s continued support through their Jeans for Charity program. By the simple act of wearing jeans to work, the team at ConServe is helping children and adults who are blind or visually impaired learn valuable skills to live independent and productive lives. Thank you for making such a huge difference in so many people’s lives!”

About ConServe
ConServe is a top-performing award-winning provider of accounts receivable management services specializing in customized recovery solutions in higher education, government, consumer and commercial markets. For over 30 years, we have been a consumer-centric organization that operates as an extension of our Client’s valued brand. Anchored with ethics and compliance, we’ve redefined collections with The ConServe Advantage® while partnering with our Clients to give them peace of mind and to help them achieve their goals. Ethics. Technology. Performance.

About ConServe’s Jeans For Charity program

ConServe’s Jeans For Charity initiative began in 2008 when the team’s employees had an idea to launch a program that would provide a way for the company’s mission of “improving the human condition” to coordinate with the organization’s commitment of giving back to their community. ConServe employees are given the opportunity to participate in monthly charitable donations, benefitting a wide-range of recipients, in exchange for having the option of dressing down and wearing jeans to work for the entire month. The funds raised by the employees’ generosity are supplemented by the organization’s Matching Gift Program - symbolizing ConServe’s commitment to good corporate citizenship. This ongoing initiative is just one of the ways in which ConServe supports varied and diverse community agencies. To date the program has donated over $812,000 to local community organizations.

About the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

The Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ABVI), founded in 1911, is a premiere provider of vision rehabilitation services to people who are blind or visually impaired throughout the Greater Rochester, Finger Lakes, and Southern Tier areas of New York. As part of its mission-focused work, ABVI empowers people with vision loss to engage in fulfilling careers by offering a variety of entrepreneurial businesses, including a state-of-the-art contact center, and manufacturing and fulfillment services.  Visit them online: www.seegreatthings.com

About Rochester Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

Throughout its history, three values – work, wellness, and independence – have remained at the core of Rochester Rehabilitation. Working with a $7 million annual operating budget, the agency serves 2,500 people in the Greater Rochester area living with disabilities, behavioral health issues, and other disadvantages.

​Rochester Rehabilitation is proud to be one of the original founding members of the Al Sigl Community of Agencies – a collaborative partnership of non-profits committed to making a difference in the lives of people living with disabilities. It’s also a United Way Donor Designated Agency and a member of Ability Partners, Inc. and Ability Partners Foundation.  Visit them online: www.rochesterrehab.org

Flower City Down Syndrome Network

The Flower City Down Syndrome Network is a not-for-profit corporation under New York State laws. Our mission is to provide education, support, and opportunities to people with Down syndrome and their families. We operate in the Greater Rochester area and are a network of families, professionals, self-advocates, and friends who all share in the joys and challenges of a Down syndrome diagnosis. We know that people with Down syndrome have valuable contributions to make to their communities and we work to ensure that their full potential is met and that they are included in every aspect of their communities.  Visit them online: www.fcdsn.com

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