Family Financial Centers Announces Check Presentation to CHOP
August 6, 2015 3:00 PM EST
Doylestown, PA (Business Wire) – August 6, 2015
Family Financial Centers, LLC, is pleased to have officially donated $6,500 to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia after another successful fundraising gala this year. The check was presented on August 6, 2015 to Jenna Pugh who is the Assistant Director of Event Fundraising and Community Partnerships for The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Ms. Pugh stopped by the corporate offices of Family Financial Centers located in Doylestown, PA. Featured in the check presentation picture from left to right are Jenna Pugh of CHOP, Carrie Nelson, Manager of Administration and Franchise Services at Family Financial Centers, and Paul Eckert, Founder and CEO of Family Financial Centers. This brings the total amount raised by Family Financial Centers and donated to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to $17,500. The next fundraising Gala for CHOP will be in the fall of 2016.
About Family Financial Centers Family Financial Centers is the “Quantum Leap” forward in the evolution of the alternative financial service center. Located in attractive suburban centers, Family Financial Centers have the systems, ambience and professionalism of a traditional bank. FFC offers a full array of financial services including check cashing, money orders, wire transfer, tax preparation services and short-term consumer loans. Family Financial Centers is committed to raising the standard for alternative financial service providers both for product offerings and the way they are delivered to the market. Our centers are conveniently located to our customer’s home or work. We are fully automated with systems that keep the average transaction time to just a few minutes. This allows our customer to have all of their financial needs taken care of conveniently and efficiently, in an environment that is upbeat, professional and friendly. Family Financial Centers is rapidly expanding through the acquisition and conversion of existing financial centers to the Family brand.