ConServe's Jeans for Charity Program Makes the Holiday Cheerful for Those Facing Challenges

Employees Support the Open Door Mission, the House of Mercy and the Buffalo City Mission

Rochester, N.Y. – The employees of Continental Service Group, Inc., d.b.a. ConServe, in conjunction with the company's "Matching Gift Program" made the holiday season brighter for the less fortunate through their Jeans for Charity philanthropic program in December.  The program, in which ConServe employees can elect to participate in monthly charitable donations in exchange for the option of wearing jeans to work, provides employees with the opportunity to "give back" to their local communities by donating to a diverse group of organizations throughout the year.  Additionally, the funds raised by the employees' generosity is supplemented by the company's "Matching Gift Program."  This ongoing initiative symbolizes ConServe's commitment to its corporate mission of helping to improve the human condition.

CW Earsley, House Manager at the House of Mercy, states "Christmas is our busiest time of year. We feed thousands of families this week. If not for the House of Mercy they would not have a Christmas dinner. Thanks to the generous support of ConServe and their employees, we will be able to reach and support even more people.  Next year will be an exciting year, as we hope to be in our new, larger building and the funds donated by ConServe will certainly help make that transition possible."

"ConServe is proud to support the Open Door Mission, the House of Mercy and the Buffalo City Mission organizations as they strive to restore hope, provide support and positively change the lives of the most challenged members of our community" said Stacy Bartl, Public Relations and Communications Manager at ConServe.   She continues "treating everyone with dignity and respect while empowering them to take control of their lives is a consistent message reinforced by ConServe and its team of talented professionals."

Christopher J. Scribani, Assistant Director of Development at the Open Door Mission, Inc., adds "the Open Door Mission is very grateful to ConServe.  As an organization that is 98% funded strictly by the private sector, ConServe has helped us serve over 100,000 meals and provide in excess of 10,000 filled beds annually in our shelter while thousands of families benefit from our free clothing program."

"We are so thankful for organizations such as Conserve whose employees participate in volunteer programs such as Jeans for Charity. Through their efforts, their generous donation translates to more than 2,329 meals. It is our goal to make sure no one goes hungry any day of the year, but especially at the holidays. With a warm meal, each individual can begin the process of healing through hope," said Stuart Harper, Executive Director and CEO, of the Buffalo City Mission.

About ConServe

ConServe has been ranked as a top-performer by the federal government during specific performance periods. Representing less than 1% of collection agencies nationwide, ConServe has achieved the ACA International Professional Practices Management System (PPMS) certification, representing the collection industry's standard for quality management, and has completed the SSAE 16 Type II Engagement. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) with an A+ rating, ConServe is a recipient of the Rochester Business Ethics Award, has repeatedly appeared on Inc. Magazine's Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies and has been named a Rochester Top 100 company 13 times in the last 14 years.  ConServe has been voted a Best Place to Work in Collections (for the last four consecutive years) and was recognized in 2015 as the #1 Top Workplace in Rochester, N.Y.   Training magazine named ConServe on its Top 125 list of organizations with the most successful learning and development programs in the world,  Dale Carnegie has awarded ConServe with the 2015 Enthusiasm Award for maintaining a dynamic corporate culture and the Greater Rochester Quality Council has presented ConServe with both the Customer Excellence and Operations Excellence Awards.

About the 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, N.Y. by restoring hope and changing lives.

Visit them online:  www.opendoormission.com

About the House of Mercy

The House of Mercy and our founder, Sister Grace Miller, are dedicated to serving and advocating for Rochester, N.Y.'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.

Visit them online:  www.houseofmercyrochester.org

About the Buffalo City Mission

The Buffalo City Mission Buffalo City Mission exists to meet the spiritual and practical needs of the poor by offering long-term recovery programs, counseling, work and life-skills training, education assistance and health-care services for homeless men, women and families committed to turning their lives around. They offer outreach programs to prevent homelessness for individuals and families in the low-income community.

Visit them online:  www.buffalocitymission.org

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