S C H O L A R S H I P S
Marion Financial Corp. Announces 10th Year of Scholarships
n 1999, Marion Financial Corp. in Houston grants of $4,000 each to graduating high review the rules and print a copy of the
I established an annual scholarship for school seniors who wish to pursue further scholarship application at
http://www.marionfinancial.com. For more
participants in the accounts receivable education. To be eligible, the student must
management industry. The goal of the be an employee or the child of a parent who information, contact Laura Stallins at (713)
scholarship program is to assist with funding is employed in the accounts receivable 988-8000, ext. 10, or stallins@
the education of employees, or the children management industry (U.S. companies that marionfinancial.com. Applications must be
of employees, who work in the accounts are collection agencies, billers, debt buyers, postmarked by March 31, 2009.
receivable management industry. Since its receivable outsourcing companies & trade
inception, scholarships have been awarded associations that directly apply to the credit
to 23 students. and collections industry).
The 2009 scholarships will consist of two Eligible employees or their children may
C O M M U N I T Y
Williams & Fudge Supports Local Community
n 2008, the employees of ACA campaign. In addition, six company
I International member Williams & Fudge “teams” each adopted a needy family for
Inc. in Rock Hill, S.C., raised $55,000 in the holiday season, providing food and gifts
cash and gifts for local charities. Their for the children and their parents.
action extended much further when the Employees contributed to a number of
company matched the amount. This type of local charities, including the Boy Scouts of
ongoing community involvement earned America, ACA I