ALEXANDRIA, VA-- Nationwide Credit Corporation (NCC), an accounts receivable management firm based in Alexandria, VA, recently made a generous donation of canned foods and dry goods to support the annual Stuff the Bus food drive in Fairfax County, VA. The food collected will go toward helping to restock food pantries during and after the holiday season, as shortages are typically encountered following the holidays each year. This is an initiative local to NCC’s community and a tangible need, so the team was eager to get involved and give back.
“This is a wonderful annual opportunity to help our neighbors in need. The Stuff the Bus program is well organized by the county and local nonprofits, so we’re thankful for what they do to help food pantries receive important assistance. It’s a pleasure to be able to get involved and stop by the fire department where the bus is parked to thank the firefighters for their service and deliver contributions. We had a great time!” shared Phil Rosenthal, President at Nationwide Credit Corp.
Nationwide Credit Corporation has a strong history of partnering with nonprofit organizations focused on assisting low-income communities with essential needs and housing. Mr. Rosenthal serves on the A. Heath Onthank Award Selection Committee for Fairfax County, a committee focused on advancing and improving public service in the county. He is also an Appointed Member of the Community Action Advisory Board for Fairfax County, a group dedicated to driving meaningful change in the community for low-income persons.
NCC has deep roots in its community and was originally founded in 1967. Its leadership believes in corporate social responsibility and staying connected in the local area. The business has been heavily involved with New Hope Housing, an organization dedicated to ending homelessness and providing shelter and other services for individuals and families facing homelessness. They are also official corporate sponsors of FireFighters and Friends to the Rescue, Food for Others, Elizabeth Dole Foundation, VA hospital Foundation Galen Society, Bethany House, Second Story, Save The Children, and Pentagon Federal Credit Union Foundation.
Stuff the Bus began in 2011 in response to a critical need to help restock the shelves of local food pantries after the holidays. This collaborative program is a partnership between the Fairfax County Government of Fairfax, VA, and local nonprofits. Now in its 10th year, Stuff the Bus continues to support food assistance efforts for families and households. Since its inception, Stuff the Bus has collected over 220 tons of food to feed hungry people in Fairfax County.
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Nationwide Credit Corporation (NCC) is a professional accounts receivable firm founded in 1967. NCC maintains the highest standards of quality to provide trusted and proven collection services throughout the government, utility, health care, and credit union sectors. Today, NCC is proud of the relationships that they have developed through their devotion to delivering services and results that are second to none. The company is headquartered in Alexandria, VA.