ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Continental Service Group, LLC, d/b/a ConServe, in conjunction with the company’s “Matching Gift Program”, donated its August ConServe Cares proceeds to the Veterans Outreach Center (VOC). The ConServe team supports and funds the efforts of numerous local non-profit agencies that strive to make a difference. As a result of the employees’ compassion and generosity. countless lives have been touched and enriched in our community.
“Through this gift from ConServe Cares, the VOC will be able to provide food, clothing and shelter to the men and women who have fought for the freedom we enjoy each and every day,” stated VOC Director of Advancement, Joan Brandenburg. “When we support our veterans, we are telling them that they are recognized as the heroes that they are”.
George Huyler, Vice President of Human Resources, said, "At ConServe it is a fundamental part of our mission statement to give back to our communities. Our commitment to supporting veterans and their families goes beyond just words. We take pride in providing support to those who have served our country. We believe it's our responsibility to give back to these heroes and we are committed to doing our part.”
ConServe is a top-performing accounts receivable management service provider specializing in customized recovery solutions for their Clients. Anchored in ethics and compliance, and steadfast in their pursuit of excellence, they are a consumer-centric organization that operates as an extension of their Clients’ valued brands. For over 38 years, they have partnered with their Clients to provide unmatched customer service while simultaneously helping them achieve their accounts receivable management goals. Visit us online at: www.conserve-arm.com
About the Veterans Outreach Center
At Veterans Outreach Center, 2023 marks our 50th year in operation. In 1973, VOC was initially founded as “Veterans Outreach Project” under the non-profit Action for a Better Community with funding from Congress. When the government ended that program, our local Vietnam veterans knew that these life-saving services had to be maintained. In 1979, “Veterans Outreach Project” turned into Veterans Outreach Center- an independent, 501c3 organization whose sole mission was to help veterans in need. Despite funding challenges off and on over the last half century, we’ve not only remained in operation but also significantly expanded our footprint to now serve over 1,500 men and women each year. At Veterans Outreach Center, our mission is to serve veterans with compassion and advocate for all who have worn our nation’s uniform so they can live life to the fullest. Visit them online: https://veteransoutreachcenter.org/