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SOURCE: Clopton Capital
Clopton Capital, a commercial mortgage provider based in Chicago, IL, is urging Americans to take the initiative to make a monthly pledge to The American Red Cross.
(PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Clopton Capital, a commercial mortgage provider based in Chicago, IL, is urging Americans to take the initiative to make a monthly pledge to The American Red Cross. The firm believes that this is the best way to prepare for future natural disasters is by giving a modest sum of money every month to the non-for-profit organization and it's their belief that this is one of the greatest ways Americans can help others deal with catastrophes such as hurricanes, tornadoes and earth quakes even before they take place.
“It's easy for people to shell out of $50 to help with a specific disaster after it has taken place, but it's far more beneficial to make the commitment to have $20 or so deducted from a credit card monthly as part of an ongoing way to fund humanitarian efforts”, said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital. The firm is developing a page within their website where users can create a recurring pledge to the humanitarian organization in hopes that it will bolster financial support for one the most respected American charities in existence.
The commercial mortgage firm decided to announce their desire to get others to donate to The Red Cross after some of their associates made the same commitment. The firm intends to hold regular blood drives at their corporate location when they are a larger entity and can provide more manpower via their own employees. “Giving money to this organization is quite possibly one of the easiest and most rewarding ways to help fellow Americans”, said Jake Clopton.
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