Girls Inc of Pinellas is Recipient of Charity Challenge
Pinellas Park, FL (October 26, 2021) – Chargebacks911 has been making charitable donations to local nonprofits for more than 180 consecutive weeks and chose Girls Inc. of Pinellas as their most recent recipient.
In 2011, Monica Eaton-Cardone founded Chargebacks911, which became one of the industry’s top companies serving thousands of merchants and some of the world’s largest financial institutions. Chargebacks911 has enjoyed growth rates that exceeded all expectations, delivering accountable, intelligent solutions with absolutely unrivaled results to its clients. Monica Eaton-Cardone is the Founder and COO of Chargebacks911 and its sister brands Fi911 and EConsumer Services as well as a founding member of the LIFT Mentorship program mentoring young woman in Fintech.
Eaton-Cardone spoke recently about her company’s philanthropy. “We have our own “Charity Challenge,” through which we make weekly donations to different charities in the area. They are nominated by employees, so it’s an exciting and rewarding experience to invest in organizations that are meaningful to us and are doing fantastic work for our communities. This greater purpose also impacts customers because they recognize that you truly care and are committed to making a difference,” continued Eaton.
“Women like Monica, are role models for the girls we serve. We are excited to be inspiring the next generation of female leaders,” said Darla Otey, Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Pinellas.
Girls Inc of Pinellas is the leading non-profit that inspires and benefits 400 girls annually through services designed to teach all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Girls Inc.’s approach to STEAM enrichment inspires girls through hands-on, interactive workshops and exposes them to leaders in fields of study in which women, particularly women of color, are underrepresented. STEAM programming takes place daily across all age groups, with a focus on middle and high school students.