Our “Toys for Tots” campaign kicked off earlier than usual this year with collections from October 3, 2012 through December 7, 2012. Monarch expects this to be a successful event as it has been in the past. Every year our generous employees come through with amazing toys and cash donations to purchase additional items. The Marine Corp does an exceptional job and we are always glad to help them out.
For more information on what you can do to help please visit: http://www.toysfortots.org/
Monarch Cares – An Accounts Receivable Management Company That Cares
Philadelphia, PA – Monarch Recovery Management, an industry leading accounts receivable management company, employing over 150 people in the Philadelphia area announces Monarch Cares. Monarch Cares is an on-going program that supports a wide range of charitable organizations making local communities surrounding Monarch’s headquarters a better place to live and work.
“At Monarch, we believe it is important to have a positive impact and give back to our community. I am very proud of our commitment to this core value demonstrated by the numerous charities that we support. Our company wide goal is to increase our commitment to our community in the years to come”, stated Bill Fuller, President and CEO.
Monarch Recovery Management has supported local communities by making donations to the following charitable organizations:
- Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools, BLOCS, is an independent charitable organization supported by companies, firms, and foundations of all sizes in the five county Philadelphia region.
- School supplies for needy children in the Philadelphia area. Fourth year outfitting students with backpacks filled with everything they need to start the school year off right.
- Light The Night Walk raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
- Sponsor Warrington Youth Baseball League.
Monarch Recovery Management continues to support the local community by making a donation to BLOCS.
Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools, BLOCS, is an independent charitable organization supported by companies, firms, and foundations of all sizes in the five county Philadelphia region.
For more information about how you can help, please visit www.blocs.org
Monarch Recovery Management, Inc., a collection agency with direct ownership involvement, combined with 77 years of industry experience announces the launch of their informative new website. The website illustrates how Monarch, a Next Generation Collection Agency generates success for organizations in today’s competitive business environment.
Next Generation Collection Agency Qualities include:
Knowledge–Industry experience to ensure maximum performance.
Technology– State-of-the-Art technology drives operational philosophy.
Compliance– Dedicated compliance team oversees all business operations.
Compassion– Proven collection strategies built on an empathetic approach, delivering long-term, consistent performance.
Collector U.– Cutting-edge staffing and development programs.
Innovative Incentives– Multiple compensation programs that are more than simply performance-based.
To learn more about how Monarch’s Next Generation qualities generate success and to receive a complimentary liquidation rate analysis that benchmarks results against industry standards
Visit Booth 602 at DCS or contact
Monarch Recovery Management has provided full corporate sponsorship for the St Joesph/St Robert Run for Catholic Education in Warrington PA.
The team at Monarch is dedicated to supporting our local community.
Two articles from vastly different zip codes on the Internet recently caught our attention here at Monarch:
From SmartMoney.com: The Best Credit Cards of 2012 and From the Huffington Post: Ask the Readers: Which Credit Cards Do You Use?
As we appear to be slowly limping out of this recent recession, it’s interesting to note the tenor of story showing up about credit cards. Three years ago, it seemed what we mostly heard was: use cash, never credit. If you don’t have the money in hand at that moment, it’s probably best not to buy.
Now, credit is sexy again. Major issuers are reporting more declines in card charge-offs and delinquencies. But are we in danger, then, of making everything just like it was right before everything went so wrong?