Paycom’s President’s Club attendees raised the bar this year, collecting $18,300 to support the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collier County in Naples, Florida, through its annual giving program.
“The President’s Club gives program is a chance to reciprocate the prosperity we’ve been given onto those less fortunate,” said Stacey Pezold, Paycom Executive Vice President of Operations. “I am honored to be a part of such a generous organization that finds giving to be a priority.”
This year’s total surpassed last year’s gift amount of $16,230, which helped the nonprofit organization, Imua Family Services, in Wailuku, Hawaii, by bringing inspiration and opportunity to children and families.
“We are proud to be able to leave the communities we visit better than we found them,” said Pezold.
The President’s Club Gives program was started in 2011 as a way to support the communities that host President’s Club each year. Paycom’s sales representatives are rewarded for the success they have demonstrated throughout the year, and the President’s Club Gives program is a great way to share that success with others who are in need.
The funds raised this year will help to rebuild children’s lives within the Collier County community. Paycom matched, dollar-for-dollar, the amount raised, which will help support the programs offered through CAC of Collier County.
“We are extremely thankful to Paycom for their decision to donate to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collier County,” said Jackie Stephens, CAC of Collier County CEO. “It’s what helps us keep going.”
About CAC of Collier County
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Collier County (CACCC) is committed to improving the lives of abused children. CACCC is a nonprofit agency that provides a coordinated, multi-agency approach to the investigation, intervention, and treatment of child sexual and physical abuse. Our mission is to minimize the trauma to abused children and enhance families’ capabilities to provide a safe environment. We provide a friendly atmosphere designed to minimize a child’s trauma during the investigation and throughout the healing process. Our facility includes CACCC’s staff of specially trained forensic interviewers, medical doctors, therapists, parenting educators, and children advocates as well as the Naples Police Department, the Collier County Police Department, the Department of Children and Families, and the State Attorney’s Office. Together the CACCC, and partners, provide unbiased, non-leading, non-suggestive forensic interviews and a variety of therapy services that provide hope and healing to victims of abuse.