After taking care of business, we help take care of others.
BluePay Supports Ronald McDonald House Charities and Brings Happiness to Local Children
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana has provided parents and families of sick children with medical, lodging, and financial support for over 40 years. Just several miles from BluePay headquarters in Naperville, Illinois, Edwards Hospital offers a Ronald McDonald Family Room for families whose children and newborns are receiving treatment at the hospital. It is a home away from home for parents and families either visiting or staying overnight, complete with a kitchenette, two sleeping rooms with private bathrooms, a television area, computer stations and multiple sitting areas. It is completely staffed by volunteers who help make the room a home. Recently, BluePay visited the Family Room and donated over $400 of toys, games, and art supplies that filled 20 gift bags for toddlers up to teens being treated in the hospital. The BluePay team plans to do more for the charity, including providing meals for the families staying at the facility.
BluePay Contributes to Hair Cares NFP in Support of Local Not-For-Profits
Art + Science is a cutting-edge salon in Chicago bringing together the creativity and craft of artists, visionaries, and stylists to every service. The salon is focused on making a difference in the communities through its Hair Cares NFP program and annual Art and Soul fundraising event. BluePay is proud to support the not-for-profit program and donated $300 to the 2016 event supporting the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) Chicago.
The Wounded Warrior Project is an organization our Executive Chairman, John Rante, has been passionate about for some time now. This organization devotes resources to wounded American veterans across the country, helping to heal their minds and bodies, and provide assistance for financial well-being. In the spirit of giving, the BluePay team was challenged to raise $1,000 for The Wounded Warrior Project at the company’s annual holiday party. BluePay team members opened up their hearts and wallets and raised $2,300 in one hour, to which BluePay matched 100 percent, for an impressive grand total contribution of $4,600 to this worthy cause. BluePay has donated over $7,000 to the organization since 2014.
At BluePay’s corporate headquarters in Naperville, Illinois, the office building displays an Angel Tree in the lobby decorated with tags for children in the Family Focus program. This local organization promotes the well-being of children by supporting and strengthening families within their communities. Teen and adult parents are eligible to receive assistance with child development education and skills training, developmental health screenings, afterschool programs, and much more. In addition to the Angel Tags sponsored by BluePay employees, the company donated over $500 in unwrapped toys to the organization. In some cases, this is the only gift the child will receive this holiday season.
For the second consecutive year, the BluePay offices were a sea of pink as team members came dressed to show their support for breast cancer awareness on Friday, October 9, 2015. In addition to the fun pink cupcakes, accessories, and even rubber ducks, employees contributed money to a 50/50 raffle to raise funds for the Chicagoland Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The group generated an amazing total of $865, and the winner graciously donated back a portion of his earnings. BluePay was proud to present Susan G. Komen with a check for $565, on top of its recurring monthly donation. BluePay has been a proud supporter of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® program since 2009.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the BluePay team donned their pink on Friday, October 17, 2014, to show their support for families, friends, survivors and victims of the devastating disease. With 1.3 million women and men diagnosed annually, everyone knows someone who has been affected by one of the most prevalent cancers in the world today. Employees took a moment to recognize affected family members and friends by writing their names on a centrally located whiteboard in the office. In addition to their pink apparel, employees accessorized with “BluePay Cares” pink ribbons and pink cause bracelets with the words “Faith, Hope, Strength and Courage.” Sweet treats, including pink ribbon bagels and cupcakes, rounded out the day.
BluePay is committed to helping in the fight against breast cancer. Over the last five years, the company has donated a percentage of its monthly profits to the Chicagoland chapter of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® program.
This summer, at the Fresh Meadow Golf Club in Hillside, Illinois, BluePay hosted an employee charity golf outing to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. We’re proud to say that the event raised $1,500 in employee donations to the organization!
The Wounded Warrior project is an organization dedicated to helping injured service men and women overcome physical, emotional and financial obstacles.
BluePay is committed to doing our part to help wipe out breast cancer. That’s why we’ve teamed up with the Chicagoland Area Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for The Cure® and we’re donating a percentage of our monthly profits to this worthwhile program. By starting a merchant account with BluePay, you’ll be taking part in the fight against breast cancer, with no extra costs to you or your company.
How it works:
- Your business signs up with BluePay
- BluePay provides industry-leading payment processing services with competitive low rates, helping you save money
- Each month, BluePay donates a portion of our proceeds directly to the Chicagoland Area Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for The Cure
Visit the Chicagoland Area Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for The Cure® site for more information. Sign up for your merchant account today, and help us find the cure for breast cancer.