BravoKids

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More good reasons we love our customers!

They Have Helping Hearts

Our BravoKids charitable giving program began with sponsoring needy children around the world through Save the Children back in the year 2000. Not long after we installed our original BravoKids displays in two Cash Plus corporate stores, we performed a survey. We wanted to find out how customers had been responding to the BravoKids program and the displays. To nobody’s surprise, the results were universally positive. Here are some of their actual written comments:

“It’s good to know that the money I spend here helps others.”

“Keep up the good work. It makes a difference.”

“That’s good your company helps needy people.”

“There are so many needy kids, I’m glad to help.”

“If you guys have an event, let me know.”

They Surprise and Impress Us

What really impressed us was that some of our customers went even further. On their own initiative, they made the commitment to sponsor children themselves through Save the Children. Let’s all salute those Anaheim, California customers who are going the extra mile for children in far corners of the world. The way we see it, these are the real ambassadors of America that the world should hear about.

And They Still Do

One thing that really impressed us was that some of our customers went even further. On their own initiative, they made the commitment to sponsor children themselves through Save the Children. Let’s all salute those Anaheim, California customers who are going the extra mile for children in far corners of the world. The way we see it, these are the real ambassadors of America that the world should hear about.

BravoKids is the name we’ve given to a variety of Cash Plus charitable activities aimed at supporting kids. These activities range from sponsoring children throughout the world through Save the Children (see right), providing food through Feed the Children and conducting financial literacy programs for teens through the Orangewood Foundation’s Independent Living Program.