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We are committed to our communities….therefore we make it our corporate philanthropy. Each year, Recovered Capital Corporation (RCC) commits significant financial support and donations to help make a difference in people’s lives. Likewise, RCC staff members devote countless hours volunteering their time and talent to strengthening and enriching their communities. Because corporate social responsibility is integral to who we are, we also support a range of community service programs like Food For Days that is designed to provide weekend meals to low-income students. As a long tradition at Recovered Capital, we have been fully committed to supporting our communities, providing a healthy and safe workplace for our employees, and helping communities to succeed. Through supporting programs, corporate philanthropy and dedicated volunteers are initiatives are making a big impact. Not all charities and organizations are mentioned but listed are the ones that we focus and encourage our employees to volunteer with.

 

MAKLogo_New Megan Knox Memorial Golf Tournament An annual scholarship given in memory of Megan Austin Knox, is awarded annually to a graduating senior from specific NC high schools to the college/university he/she will attend in the fall. Scholarship amount is determined by proceeds from the Megan Knox Memorial Golf Tournament held each October.

 

Screen Shot 2013-01-25 at 9.44.45 AMTriple Play Athletic Academy Their mission is to develop young Athletes through Character, Integrity, & Leadership with a Christ-centered approach

 

logoPan-Mass Bike Challenge The Pan-Mass Challenge raises money for life-saving cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through an annual bike-a-thon that crosses the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

 

Trees 4 Food Drive This organization will pick up and recycle Christmas trees for a minimal fee and donate all the profits to the Mooresville Soup Kitchen which is a non-denomination faith based organization whose mission is to provide meals, fellowship and encouragement to those in need. They serve over 4,500 meals per month.