Last modified: September 6, 2013
By: Sean Murray
The alternative business lending industry has raised even more money for charity thanks to four new companies. Through a fantasy football competition that started with the beginning of the NFL season, each of the twelve participants are representing individual non-profit organizations. At the end of the season, all of the money raised will be donated to the winning team’s charity. Though registration to compete ended five weeks ago, outside individuals and companies are free to add to the total. One of the following charities with be the lucky recipient of the prize:
- Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship
- Epilepsy Foundation
- Society of St. Vincent De Paul
- ALS Association
- 100 Urban Entrepreneurs
- Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation on behalf of the The Silver Project
- The Missionaries of Our Lady of Divine Mercy
- Smile Train
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
- American Heart Association
- Distressed Children & Infants International
Special thanks to the new contributions from:
Entrust Merchant Solutions
Based in New York City, Entrust has been helping small businesses get financing for more than five years.
Strategic Funding Source
From the flashy district of Times Square in New York City, Strategic is one of the oldest and most successful firms in the Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) industry. They can teach you how to become your own MCA company:
Paramount Merchant Funding
Yet another New York City merchant financing company, Paramount is one of the fastest growing firms in the industry.
They’re also helping a separate cause at the same time. Help Paramount raise money for Noah’s Hope!
Dear Friends and Family,
Paramount Merchant Funding is hosting a bowling night on November 2nd to help raise money for Noah’s Hope.
About Noah’s Hope:
Noah’s Hope was started by Jennifer and Tracy VanHoutan, the parents of Noah and twin girls Laine and Emily. Noah and Laine are both battling LINCL-Batten Disease, a rare genetic illness. They have lost the ability to speak, as well as their balance and mobility. At this time, LINCL-Batten Disease is always fatal, usually between the ages of eight and 12.
Fewer than 450 children in the United States have LINCL-Batten Disease, so it doesn’t receive the attention it should. Paramount Merchant Funding has decided to help this great cause. We are raising money to donate to Noah’s Hope in the hopes of finding a cure for LINCL-Batten Disease. All donations, no matter how big or small, help make a difference in the fight against LINCL-Batten Disease.
About Paramount Merchant Funding:
Paramount Merchant Funding is a merchant funding company based in Midtown, New York City. We provide capital to businesses in the United States, as well as Canada. Paramount was founded in 2008 and provides professionals with a whole host of funding options depending on their stage of business.
Choose how you want to help!
1. Click HERE to donate money.
2. Donate something to give away at our raffle.
For more information email email@example.com.
We appreciate any and all donations made for this cause!
The Paramount Merchant Funding Team
It’s awesome what everyone is doing. You’re making the country a better a place!
- Merchant Processing Resource
Sean Murray is the founder of Merchant Processing Resource, the co-founder of the Merchant Cash Advance forum, DailyFunder.com, the developer of the first Merchant Cash Advance industry iPhone and Android apps, and a moderator of the Small Business community on Google+. Learn more about his Merchant Cash Advance background on LinkedIn or follow him on Google+.
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