ConServe is Making A Difference by Giving Back, Supporting American Heart Association and Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Continental Service Group, Inc., dba ConServe, is a devoted community partner. By Fostering Financial Freedom® and empowering people to take control of their financial obligations in ways that preserve their dignity and self-esteem, ConServe employees help make the world a better place. Through the organization’s ongoing philanthropy program, Jeans For Charity, the ConServe’s team supports and funds the efforts of numerous agencies that strive to make a difference. As a result of the employee’s compassion and generosity, countless lives have been touched and enriched.

In the month of February, the ConServe team made donations to ABVI and the American Heart Association for the Rochester and Buffalo Regions. “Our team of caring and committed employees takes great pride in supporting a diverse group of local and national agencies that help to make life a little easier for many people who are struggling with health challenges,” said George Huyler, Vice President of Human Resources at ConServe.

“Heart diseases or strokes have or will affect all of us at some point – ourselves, family or friends - and we appreciate and rely upon community efforts that can provide awareness and vital funding to support additional activities towards a healthier community and saving more lives,” said Marc J. Natale, Executive Director of the American Heart Association for the Rochester and Buffalo Regions. “For several years, ConServe has been an organization that engages its workforce in giving back to their community in very meaningful ways. Each February their fundraising efforts benefit the American Heart Association and the proceeds go back into the community to support youth, wellness, research and quality initiatives for our Region.”

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