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Take Charge for Charity – August 2019

Chargebacks911® is Committed to Giving Back to Our Community

Our 50 in 50 Challenge may be over…but our mission has just begun! We at Chargebacks911 took it upon ourselves to continue the weekly charitable donations for local organizations with our Take Charge for Charity program. We’re helping those who represent the best of our community to do what they do.

Feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, supporting the vulnerable…we’re looking to support these and other worthwhile causes. Together, we can help make our communities a better place to live for everyone!

Here are our August beneficiaries:


Trusting the Process
Trusting the Process

August 2, 2019 | trustingtheprocessfl.com

Trusting the Process is a nonprofit organization that helps empower at-risk communities in Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties. They provide haircuts, clothing, & hygiene items to their clients to bring confidence to those who need it most.


Friends of Joshua House
Friends of Joshua House

Friends of Joshua House Foundation, Inc is a safe haven dedicated to providing resources for the neglected, abused, and abandoned children within the Tampa Bay Community. They've helped more than 1,650 children since 1992.


Dress for Success
Dress for Success

The mission of Dress for Success Tampa Bay is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and life.


ALPHA House of Pinellas County
ALPHA House of Pinellas County

August 23, 2019 | www.alphahousepinellas.org

Established in 1979, ALPHA House of Pinellas County provides housing and support services to homeless pregnant women and teens, new moms with infants and families experiencing crisis.


St Jude Children's Research Hospital
St Jude Children's Research Hospital

August 28, 2019 | www.stjude.org

St. Jude never charges families for the support and services they receive. Not only that, the hospital's helped increase the overall survival rate for childhood cancer from 20% to 80% over the last 50 years.