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Check Into Cash Donates Food to Caring Place in Cleveland, Tenn.

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The food drive resulted in approximately 4,200 pounds of food and supplies donated to the organization.

During the 2015 holiday season, Check Into Cash of Cleveland, Tenn., a creditor company with individual members of ACA, coordinated a successful food drive for local charity the Caring Place. The food drive took place in November and December 2015, and resulted in a significant amount of food collected for locals in need.

“The Caring Place is an excellent, caring organization that provides basic necessities to the underprivileged,” said Check Into Cash President Steve Scoggins. “We think initiatives like this deserve all the help they can get, especially around the holidays.”

Through the Loan By Phone division alone, Check Into Cash supplied the caring place with an estimated 4,200 pounds of food and supplies, including 2,500 pounds of water. According to the Food Warehouse Manager at the Caring Place, the great number of contributions from Check Into Cash made an immense impact, with multiple loads of donations collected from every department at the Check Into Cash corporate headquarters.

“If we can help improve the quality of life for one person, it was worth the effort,” Scoggins said. “It looks like our recent food drive helped out many people.”

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