PORTLAND, Maine — Three PowerPay employees are strapping on really high heels for the fourth annual Stiletto Race in Portsmouth, N.H., on June 15. Jessica Boothby, Todd Peacock and Emily Piecuch are running to raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Seacoast.
A credit card processor headquartered in Portland, PowerPay has partnered with BBBS of the Greater Seacoast as part of the company’s charitable GIVE Program. PowerPay donates a percentage of its profits to the community nonprofit each time a credit card purchase is made at a local business that processes credit card transactions with PowerPay.
“We’re very pleased to help support Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Seacoast,” says PowerPay President Jim Raftice in a press release. “Many businesses would like to be able to donate to such a great cause, but may not have the means to do so. Our GIVE Program provides those merchants an opportunity to extend financial support without adding additional expense to their bottom line – and potentially saving money in credit card processing fees through PowerPay.”
“My colleagues and I are really pumped to take part in such a fun event and help raise funds for such a great organization,” says PowerPay Relationship Manager Piecuch.
To learn more about PowerPay’s GIVE Program and how it benefits BBBS of the Greater Seacoast, visit www.powerpay.biz/seacoastbbbs.
PowerPay is a trusted credit card processor marking its 10th year as an innovator and recognized leader in the payments industry. Founded in 2003 in Portland, PowerPay securely processes more than 150,000 transactions for more than 57,000 merchants daily. Visit www.powerpay.biz.