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Take Charge for Charity – November 2019

Take Charge for Charity

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 November beneficiaries:


Diversity Action Coalition, Inc.
Diversity Action Coalition, Inc.

November 7, 2019 | Facebook Page

Diversity Action Coalition, Inc. provides support to community members in the Tampa Bay area, especially veterans and individuals with disabilities. Their focus is not just to inform and raise awareness but to empower & engage by acting directly at the local level.


Toy Makers of East Lake
Toy Makers of East Lake

November 20, 2019 | toymakersofeastlake.org

Toy Makers of East Lake’s mission is to produce and deliver hand-made toys to sick and needy children both. They have produced and distributed over 400,000 toys needy children, as well as bicycles to retired veterans and the working homeless, since 1982.


Blanket Tampa Bay
Blanket Tampa Bay

November 25, 2019 | blanketampabay.org

Blanket Tampa Bay was established to provide blankets, laundry services and hygiene products to the homeless and needy. They have helped many people in the Tampa Bay community thus far, distributing over 10,000 blankets to date.


Metropolitan Ministries
Metropolitan Ministries

November 26, 2019 | metromin.org

Metropolitan Ministries helps homeless and at-risk families, no matter how serious their needs. They assist with food, housing, education, healthcare, and more. Metropolitan Ministries’ services are vital for the 32,000 homeless individuals in our community.