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Take Charge for Charity – September 2020

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 September beneficiaries:


Bess the Book Bus
Bess, the Book Bus

September 30, 2020 | bessthebookbus.org

Bess, the Book Bus are dedicated mobile literacy outreach. They build libraries and making the joy of book ownership a reality for children in underserved communities across the US.


Pepin Academies Foundation
Pepin Academies Foundation

September 23, 2020 | pepinacademiesfoundation.org

The Pepin Academies Foundation support Pepin Academy campuses, which are tuition-free charter schools dedicated to serving students with disabilities from third through twelfth grade.


Champions for Children
Champions for Children

August 19, 2020 | cfctb.org

This organization is focused on preventing abuse before it happens. They work tirelessly to strengthen families by providing evidence-based resources, education, and support to parents and caregivers.


MacDonald Training Center, Inc
MacDonald Training Center, Inc

August 16, 2020 | macdonaldcenter.org

The MacDonald Training Center, Inc. empowers people living with disabilities by offering vocational training, employment pathways, residential support and life enrichment opportunities.


Seniors in Service
Seniors in Service

September 2, 2020 | seniorsinservice.org

Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay, Inc. meets the needs and challenges of homebound seniors, provides companions to at-risk veterans, and mentors struggling children in the community.