Let us Know: How Did You Participate in Collectors Challenge?
Companies that completed the Collectors Challenge are reminded to submit their final report form as well as stories and photos for inclusion in ACA Daily and Collector magazine.
5/14/2019 11:00 AM
ACA International wants to recognize member companies that participated in fundraising activities for the 2019 Collectors Challenge, which supports ACA International Education Foundation’s (ACAEF) scholarship efforts.
ACA International employees recently completed their fundraiser for the Loomer-Mortenson Scholarship Program.
Building on fundraisers from 2018, ACA International completed a book drive in April and collected donations to plant trees. ACA will split the proceeds with the Loomer-Mortenson Scholarship Program and The Canopy Project. Staff also donated to sign up for a volunteer day with Feed My Starving Children.
ACA encourages participating companies to complete and return a Collectors Challenge Final Report Form (included in the toolkit) to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. The deadline is May 31, 2018.
Thanks to ACA member companies, the annual Collectors Challenge continues to be a successful program and 2019 is looking to be another great year for the fundraiser and ACAEF!
Tax deductible contributions of any amount may be made on the ACA International Education Foundation’s website (follow the donation link) or by sending a check to ACA International Education Foundation, P.O. Box 390106, Minneapolis, MN 55439-0106. Please make checks payable to ACA International Education Foundation and write “Collectors Challenge” in the check’s memo field.
ACA International is also compiling ongoing coverage of participants’ Collectors Challenge activities for ACA Daily and Collector magazine. Photos from your activities this year, in addition to a copy of your final report or summary of activities, may also be emailed to the Communications Department Attn: Katy Zillmer at email@example.com.
We welcome sharing of photos on Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #CollectorsChallenge2019 as well.
Visit the Collectors Challenge website for more information.
Gulf Coast Collection Bureau in Sarasota, Florida, hosted a cooking contest, among other activites, for the 2019 Collectors Challenge. Pictured left to right are Laura Frechette Esq., Mehmet Barut, amd Jack Brown III, ACA board president and president of Gulf Coast Collection Bureau.
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