Moneypenny donates $5,000 to Rainbow Village charity

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Melanie Conner, CEO (Rainbow Village) and Michelle Alcorn, Community Engagement Director (Rainbow Village) visit Moneypenny in Duluth to collect the household items donated to the charity for their ‘Give a Gift’ day. Employees donated cutlery, cooking equipment, towels, toiletries and much more.

Instead of sending Christmas cards to its clients, Moneypenny donated $5,000 to Rainbow Village (Duluth) to support their mission of providing help, hope, housing, and healing to families experiencing homelessness. Rainbow Village provides a safe housing community where dignity, self-respect, and hope are restored to families in need. The charity aims not to work for its families, but rather with the families and to truly listen to their personalized needs and guide them to wholeness. 

After a visit to the Moneypenny facility, the Rainbow Village staff were inspired by what they saw and wanted to replicate some of the aesthetics of the Moneypenny facility on their own campus. The funds will be used to improve the acoustics in the chapel in their Community Center where life skills workshops are held for residents. Funds will also be used to spruce up the breakroom in the Family Service Center where the hard-working staff comes together to share a meal. 


Employees at Moneypenny also participated in “Give a Gift” day and collected household items that would be used for the families in the program. Employees donated cutlery, cooking equipment, towels, toiletries and much more. 

Eric Schurke, CEO of Moneypenny North America comments: “We are thrilled to be able to help such an important and worthy charity and hope to make this an annual tradition. Our teams enjoyed collecting the important items for Rainbow Village and took great pride in being able to support such an important local initiative.”