TCI Business Capital’s CEO, Daniel Robbins, is pleased to announce that the company has supported several charitable organizations in 2013.
In keeping with a tradition of corporate responsibility and charitable giving, TCI Business Capital supported more than 25 organizations in the Minneapolis area and throughout the country.
“Our charitable giving program is committed to helping those in need in our community and beyond,” said Daniel Robbins. “We take pride in supporting organizations that share the belief that it is our duty and responsibility to help others and improve the lives of others whenever and however possible.”
Daniel Robbins explained the charitable giving process TCI uses to choose which organizations to support.
“The charitable giving program is run entirely by staff members. We rely on the opinions of our Steering Committee to explore organizations that share our beliefs and support the vulnerable and exploited members of our community,” Daniel Robbins said. “The Steering Committee is made up of TCI employees who have committed their time to researching charitable organizations, planning events and meeting to discuss the company’s charitable giving, both in terms of funds and volunteerism.”
Eric Schoch, Executive Vice President of Sales at TCI, echoed Daniel Robbins’ sentiments regarding the importance of the charitable giving program.
“Our charitable giving program is incredibly rewarding for Daniel Robbins and I, as well as TCI Business Capital, our employees, the organizations we work with and the community members these organizations support,” Schoch said. “By supporting these quality organizations, our charitable giving program helps children, veterans, abused women and men and other demographics that need care.”
TCI’s charitable giving program extends beyond simple donations. In addition to monetary donations, TCI Business Capital employees volunteered their time with events and activities for area children, and held a food drive to gather much needed items for local food shelves.
“TCI Business Capital also adopted several families during the holiday season, purchasing toys, clothes and other gifts for families in need,” Daniel Robbins said.
According to Daniel Robbins, TCI Business Capital plans to continue the charitable giving program into 2014 and beyond, with hopes of further assisting organizations and community members.
“TCI Business Capital is committed to giving back to our community, and to helping those around us,” Daniel Robbins said. “The charitable giving program will continue to grow to include more and more deserving organizations and to benefit additional community members.”
TCI Business Capital is a privately held financial services company founded in 1994 by CEO Daniel Robbins. The company is headquartered in the Minneapolis/St Paul suburb of Burnsville, Minnesota. TCI Business Capital provides a full range of business financial services including: accounts receivable management, collection services, credit analysis, factoring services, risk assessment, treasury and more. TCI Business Capital serves Trucking and Transportation fleets, Oilfield Service Providers and growing companies in a wide variety of industries throughout North America. The company is proud to be recognized for its reliability, flexibility, responsiveness, innovative products, customer service, and exemplary corporate citizenship, as well as its ongoing charitable giving program.
Contact information and media inquiries for Daniel Robbins regarding TCI Business Capital’s charitable giving program should be directed to:
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