Credit Warriors Cares
At Credit Warriors, our priority isn’t just your credit worthiness and financial success, but we also care about giving back to the communities we serve. CW prides itself on helping others and making a lasting difference in people’s lives. CW has been dedicated in helping people when they face hardships for things many take for granted. Whether someone was faced with homelessness, the lack of funds to purchase prescription medication, paying outstanding medical bills, or simply keeping the lights on, Credit Warriors Inc has anonymously stepped forward to lend a helping hand.
Well the time has come for you to be given the opportunity to be included in our giving efforts to help others in need. Credit Warriors has created “Credit Warriors Cares” for our Members to not only receive help if they need it, but to also help others or an organization they know are in need of our support. At CW, it is always better to give than to receive. This is our mantra, “Each One Teach One”.
Each month we will randomly pick either a single or multiple cause(s) for that month and lend a helping hand. How can you submit your cause for the drawing? How can you help with Credit Warriors Cares? Well here is how you can be a part of it.
- Order any item on the Credit Warriors Shop Page
- Take down your Order number from your Order
- Email the order # with the cause you wish to help or someone in need to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Order numbers will be put into a random number generator where one number will be randomly selected.
- The CW Cause of the month will be posted here and in the group to make you aware of the Credit Warriors Cares Winner for that month.
Some months may have 1 Credit Warriors Cares Project or several depending on the help needed for the Credit Warriors Cares Project selected.
We are Honored to announce out first Credit Warriors Cares Project today: Please if you can see it in your heart to help along with us we would be grateful.
Credit Warriors Cares donated $500 to the NO RIP Foundation, and clothes racks for the student store of Kames H. Brown Elementary School. NO RIP stands for No Reckless Intentions Period. It is a foundation that was started by Ms Deborah Anthoney, the executive producer of Growing up Hip Hop Atlanta. It’s mission is to bring awareness to, and change,the the bullying pandemic experienced in schools and communities everywhere. Our contribution and yours will help to keep this program alive.
For more information on how to contribute to this amazing cause please email email@example.com
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