|By Business Wire||
|August 20, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
Verify Corporation was proud to sponsor the “A Stroke of Luck” golf event August 11, 2014 at Brackett's Crossing in Lakeville, Minn. The fundraising event benefits The 30-Days Foundation, a Twin Cities nonprofit that provides one-time financial grants to people in the U.S. who are facing a financial crisis. The foundation was formed in 2010 by local musician Mick Sterling who was troubled by his friends’ and family members’ stories of unexpected financial setbacks due to illness, injury and the depressed economy.
"Corporate social responsibility is a core value at Verify Corporation, and this was a good opportunity to support a great organization with a commendable mission," said Michael Howe, Verify Corporation’s CEO.
Since 2012, The 30-Days Foundation has disbursed funds ranging from $25 to $1,000 to more than 550 families across the country. The foundation pays the service and/or creditor directly, which removes the financial burden from the individuals requesting assistance. Donations help people with rent payments, groceries, fuel, medical and utility bills, car repairs, school supplies, and household repairs.
“We believe nonprofit foundations strengthen the fabric of our community,” said Howe. “The 30-Days Foundation's effort to get people from all walks of life back on track creates a positive ripple effect that is beneficial for everyone."
About Verify Corporation
Verify Corporation provides brand insights from production through purchase. Our knowledge, experience and industry-leading technology platform have attracted some of the world’s largest brands, from computer manufacturers to consumer packaged goods brands. Verify Corporation has two product lines: Verify Brand, offering anti-counterfeiting, brand protection and supply chain security solutions, and Verify Engage, featuring a loyalty accelerator solution that helps brands deliver highly targeted, actionable incentives that drive brand interaction and sales. For more information, visit www.verifybrand.com and www.verifyengage.com.
Photo Caption: From left to right: Michael Howe, CEO; Mark Prokosch, VP of sales and marketing; Mic Tienken, VP of partner development; David Dillon, chairman. All of Verify Corp.
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