EDINA, Minn. -- On July 16, 2021, Financial Recovery Services made a donation of $5,000 to the Courage Kenny Foundation, which will help support the work of the Allina Health Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.

FRS’ support will fund innovative programs, groundbreaking research, and exceptional services that help people achieve health, wellness, and independence. These funds will help to provide people with injuries and disabilities access to new adaptive technologies, which offer increased independence.

“We hope that this donation can make a difference for as many people as possible,” FRS President Brian Bowers said. “We love the work that Courage Kenny does and we’re proud to support their programs, which help injured and disabled people in such a critical way.”

The Courage Kenny Foundation advances the mission and goals of the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute by maximizing the quality of life for people of all ages and abilities, delivering comprehensive, person-centered rehabilitation throughout life.

Financial Recovery Services' Values and History

Continual service to its communities is one of FRS’ core values. FRS and its employees regularly partner with nonprofits and charities including the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots, The Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse, Special Olympics Minnesota, and the 363 Days Food Program.

Financial Recovery Services was formed in March 1996 by two collection industry veterans, Brian Bowers and Wade Davis. The company has more than 225 employees in five call centers and three training facilities, located in Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and Jamaica. FRS provides comprehensive custom collection and receivables management solutions to mid-sized and large organizations. FRS has excelled in debt collections and receivables management, has won numerous awards, and distinguished itself as a proven partner for a diverse range of companies and institutions in the financial services, retail, telecommunications, and utility, industries.

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