Making the World a Better Place...One Step at a Time.
Helping others is at the core of everything we do here at Chargebacks911. We’re always happy to lend a hand, whether it’s our ongoing support of the Paid for Grades™ program, or gifts to organizations like Big Cat Rescue and Habitat for Humanity.
Now, we’re pleased to introduce the next step: the Chargebacks911 Chargeback Charity Challenge.
This is our latest initiative to honor worthwhile organizations throughout the Tampa Bay area and abroad. Every week for the next year, we will select a different community partner to receive a special grant recognizing their important role in our community. These new grants will vary anywhere from $100 to over $50,000 depending on the role and the need of the organization.
The Chargeback Charity Challenge is entirely supported by Chargebacks911, but we encourage every business to join us with their own challenge. As Chargebacks911 COO Monica Eaton-Cardone explains:
"We started this company to help other people. Innocent merchants were being victimized by chargeback fraud, and we wanted to support them. Helping others is what we’re all about, and it’s the reason why we’ve been so successful."
New honorees are announced every Wednesday at noon EST. Keep checking back for the latest recipients!
Program honorees include:
The Community Development And Training Center, Inc. are developing a local skills bank to provide organizational training and help those they work with overcome barriers to growth and overall well-being.
HARP provide essential services and long term solutions to support local people taking steps to overcome homelessness. With HARP's help, local people can overcome homelessness, once and for all.
The Follett Educational Foundation is a non-profit arm of the Follett Corporation. Their mission is to provide college scholarships to the students of Follett associates and enable their ongoing education.
Clothes to Kids, Inc. aims to change lives, one at a time, by providing new and quality used clothing to low-income or in-crisis, school-age children, all free of charge.
Community Learning Center provides affordable tutoring services to families at all income levels. They strive to inspire children and making learning a fun, relevant and lifelong passion.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation partners with individuals and corporations who share their vision that all children deserve the best pediatric care available. They work together to make that vision a reality.
The Neonatal Unit at the Southend University Hospital provides urgent care for premature and other infants in need of intervention.
Countryside Cares operates the Helping Hands food bank. Their goal is to encourage and provide low-income families with the tools necessary to become independent members of the community.
The Homeless Empowerment Program aims to break the cycle of homelessness by providing individuals and families with housing, food, clothing and support to obtain self-sufficiency and improved quality of life.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay provides disadvantaged kids in the Tampa area with enduring and supportive one-to-one relationships to have a lifelong, positive impact on children's lives.
The Parkinson Research Foundation works to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease through funding research, while providing education and services to enhance quality of life for Parkinson patients, caregivers, and families.
Ronald McDonald House Charities support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children. RMHC ventures include no-cost mobile clinics, facilities for families of hospitalized children, and more.
The Humane Society of Manatee County serves the southern quarter of the Tampa Bay area, offering pet adoption, spaying and neutering, education, and other compassionate care services.
Gamers On the Edge use their passion for video games to help raise money for Children's Miracle Network. The group has given more than $50,000 to All Children's Hospital St. Petersburg, and they are growing fast!
The Huntington's Disease Society of America is dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s disease, supporting education, research, advocacy, and other services since 1967.
The Wounded Warrior Project is a veterans' service organization. They offer a variety of programs, services and events for US wounded veterans of military actions following September 11, 2001.
CMA is a nonprofit facility for the rescue and rehabilitation of marine wildlife. The aquarium, located just blocks from our main office, is the home of Winter the Dolphin, as seen in the movie Dolphin Tale.
The Pinellas Education Foundation is a coalition of business and community leaders supporting a variety of programs in Pinellas County schools including grants, scholarships, and supplementary education.
The Exploring program is a national youth organization for boys and girls age 14-20. The group provides real-world experience and leadership opportunities for participants in a chosen field of interest.