Arrow Global has kick started its official volunteer and community programme - Arrow Global Engage - by raising over £4000 for two Manchester-based charities in a series of gruelling physical challenges.
23 Arrow Global employees scaled Ben Nevis and Snowdon over a 23 hour period, facing blizzard conditions and injuries in their quest to reach the summits of both mountains in aid of charity.
Youth charity ReachOut! and local hospice Francis House will benefit from the sponsorship funds raised by staff, supporters, and a significant contribution from the company.
Event organiser and Arrow Global's Senior HR Manager, Paul Longfield, said, "This has been a fantastic way to officially launch the Arrow Global Engage programme. These charities invest so much in the local community with many people benefiting positively from the support that they provide."
Arrow Global is grateful to everyone who generously supported the team's efforts and, in so doing, helped to launch Arrow Global Engage.
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Arrow Global Engage supports up to two charities per year through volunteer work and fundraising activities.
Arrow Global is one of the largest, fastest growing and most innovative debt purchasers in Europe. Its data driven, compliance focused and customer centric business model offers a tailored approach for creditors and customers alike, and has proven to be a winning formula. With 3.8m accounts and £7bn under management, intensive data analysis and account segmentation help to ensure that each customer is offered the most suitable solution for their individual circumstances. The company is committed to facilitating positive outcomes, and strongly believes that what is good for the customer is also good for business.
Arrow Global was named Debt Purchaser of the Year at the 2011 Credit Today Debt Collection Awards.
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