MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- National Recoveries, Inc. (NRI) is proud to announce our Summer Give Back Program. NRI employees are provided the opportunity to dress casual for the months of June, July, August, and September by making voluntary charitable donations. All proceeds will be donated to local and well deserving charity organizations selected by NRI.
For the month of June, NRI has selected the Wounded Warriors Project as the company’s donation recipient. NRI is expecting to raise $3,000 - $5,000 each month of the program. The July recipient will be announced sometime in July.
NRI has a strong history of community contributions. Over the years, NRI has donated over $200,000 to charities and/or programs of need. Some of the highlights of past giving include: Scholarships to College and University students, Toys-for-Tots, Adopt-a-Family Program through the Anoka County Department of Social Services, Christmas fundraisers for under privileged families, and Alexandra House foundation for victims of domestic and sexual violence. In addition, NRI has donated 6,744 pounds of food and over $4,500 to local food shelves (like Second Harvest) to generate over 13,500 meals for families in need, donated time to prepare meals (with Feed My Starving Children) and perform community service (through Adopt-a-Highway and a Minneapolis neighborhood clean-up project for the elderly).
About National Recoveries, Inc.
National Recoveries, Inc., headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, is a student loan focused ARM company. NRI currently contracts with the U.S. Department of Education (ED), in addition to 100 individual college and universities across the country for default management and administrative processing. To learn more about National Recoveries, Inc. please visit our website at: www.nationalrecoveries.com.
NRI is proud to be an active partner in our community and invest in local charities. To learn more about the organizations mentioned and current donation opportunities, please visit their websites:
Alexandra House (www.alexandrahouse.org)
Second Harvest Heartland (www.2harvest.org)
Toys for Tots (www.toysfortots.org)
Feed My Starving Children (www.fmsc.org)
Wounded Warrior Project (www.woundedwarriorproject.org)