Nonprofit Credit Counseling Agency Provides Gifts to Economically Challenged Children

Debt Management Credit Counseling Corp., a nonprofit credit counseling organization (“DMCC”), delivered holiday gifts to the children of Florence Fuller Child Development Center (FFCDC) in Boca Raton. Every holiday season, DMCC participates in the “Adopt an Angel” charity to give a child in need a new toy.

Lighthouse Point, FL (PRWEB) December 27, 2012

Debt Management Credit Counseling Corp., a nonprofit credit counseling organization (“DMCC”), donated toys to the children of FFCDC for the ninth year in a row. Since 2003, DMCC employees have donated over 450 gifts to the children of FFCDC as part of their December, Charity of the Month program. The DMCC program helps local charities by organizing food and clothing drives, providing volunteers, and making every effort to help the chosen charity thrive and succeed.

FFCDC is a children development center that offers affordable childcare, early education and family support programs to children of economically challenged families in their community. DMCC collaborates with FFCDC by purchasing gifts for children whose parents have limited income during the holiday season. “We are honored to take part in this charity. Our employees always gets excited when this time of the year arrives,” said Jessica Francese, Education Coordinator for DMCC. “There is nothing more rewarding then to deliver these gifts and see the smiles on the children’s faces.”

As a nonprofit, DMCC knows the importance of community support and involvement. The Charity of the Month program implemented by DMCC is an extension of those efforts to educate the local community and provide financial assistance through their debt management plans. To read more about DMCC’s past charity work, click here.

About Debt Management Credit Counseling Corp.

DMCC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public charity committed to educating consumers on financial issues and providing personal assistance to consumers overextended with debt. Education is provided free of charge to consumers via seminars, workshops, a proprietary financial literacy program, and a vast array of online and printed materials. Free personal counseling is provided to consumers to identify the best options for the repayment of their debt. Consumers interested in speaking with a DMCC certified credit counselor may call (866) 618-3328 or request help at DMCC is a HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agency, is approved by the U.S. Trustee to provide bankruptcy counseling and education, and has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.