Universal Funding not only takes invoice factoring seriously, but they also take giving back to their community seriously. In December of 2013, Universal Funding generously donated over $45,000 to local charities that provide services throughout the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene communities.
“One of the greatest joys as founder of this company is having the ability to give a portion of our profits to many worthy local charitable organizations,” shares Henry Wozow, Universal Funding’s CEO.
Below are four examples of Universal Funding’s recent charitable contributions.
- $10,000 was presented to the Coeur d’Alene Press 28th Annual Christmas for All Benefit. This organization is managed by the Hagadone Corporation, the CDA Press, and the Kootenai County Fire & Rescue. Every penny raised is distributed to needy Kootenai County residents who may be jobless, homeless, or disabled. They have a chance to celebrate the spirit of the season through the compassion, generosity, and caring community.
- $8,500 was presented to the Inland Northwest Car Club Council. The I.N.C.C.C., along with the car clubs involved with the council have a shared belief that it is vital to contribute to the community through volunteering and donations. The Inland Northwest Car Club Scholarship is one of the many organizations that benefit from the car club community.
- $8,500 was presented to the Living the Dream Foundation. The mission of LTDF is to make dreams come true for children with life-threatening afflictions while enriching their lives with the positive message and family of Living the Dream.
- $2,500 was donated to the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery, a crisis nursery that can provide immediate safety and refuge as well as ongoing support for families in turmoil. Their programs include 24-hour child care, parent education, crisis counseling, and referrals to other local agencies.