CHADDS FORD, PA – December 21, 2020–The coronavirus has impacted almost every family in America and worldwide. While Flagship Credit Acceptance has been fortunate to keep the vast majority of associates working, many individuals and families have experienced unstable employment leading to increased food insecurity this year. The leadership team at Flagship Credit Acceptance recognized that the 2020 holiday season would be especially trying for many families. The company normally conducts a food drive in each of its offices during the holidays, but with almost all associates working remotely, local food collection efforts would be hampered.
To address this challenge and support the local food banks, the leadership team at Flagship Credit Acceptance launched a contest in November to support Feeding America. Remote workers could make a monetary contribution or donate food through contactless drop-off directly to their local Feeding America chapter.
“Giving back to the communities in which we work has always been a part of who we are as a company. This year, it was more important than ever that we not only continue, but increase our efforts,” stated Jeff Haymore, President and Chief Operations Officer of Flagship Credit Acceptance.
For the contest, every dollar donated was considered the equivalent of one pound of food. To further excite and engage the associates, the leadership team committed to donating $5,000 to the local chapter of Feeding America that received the highest donation, with this year’s donation going to the Chads Ford office’s local Feeding America chapter in Chester, PA.
As a result of the contest, Flagship Credit Acceptance’s office in Chadds Ford, PA, donated a combined total of 2,055 pounds of food consisting of financial donations and 600 pounds of food. The Tempe, AZ, location raised a combined total of 1,615 pounds of support and the Coppell, TX, office donated the financial equivalent of 770 pounds of food.
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