Chargebacks911® COO Quoted By Hurricane Valley Times

Monica Eaton on Business Engagement With Community Service

In an article for the Hurricane Valley Times, Chargebacks911 COO and Co-Founder Monica Eaton was recently asked to share her thoughts about corporate involvement in community service. More than 20 other business leaders and executives from various companies were asked to contribute as well.

Founded in 2021, Hurricane Valley Times aims to share the most gripping news and opinions from around the world. The Hurricane Valley Times is run by a fantastic team of committed and enthusiastic volunteers passionate about business, current affairs, technology, sports, fashion, and technology.

Monica is an outspoken proponent of business ethics and community engagement programs. She is also the founder and chief executive for the non-profit school outreach program Paid for Grades. So, her inclusion in the article makes perfect sense

“Yes, I believe that businesses have a responsibility to give back and do their part through outreach programs, charity donations, or even by starting their own non-profit,” she says. “When your business is committed to giving back, it has a positive impact not only on the people receiving the support but also on your company’s morale and overall culture.

“At Chargebacks911, we implemented a weekly donation to organizations handpicked by our own employees. I’ve seen firsthand how their passion for a cause can ignite the whole team and provide everyone the feeling of being part of something bigger than themselves,” she says proudly.

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