Rolling Meadows, IL, June 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- TransNational Bankcard, a Rolling Meadows, IL, based Merchant Service Provider, announced today it will offer all churches, religious places of worship, charities, and religiously affiliated not-for-profit entities its products and services at TransNational's cost. They are calling this new division of its business operations; the Benevolence Division.
“The establishment of our Benevolence Division has been an exciting chapter in our development as a company,” stated Jae Haas, TransNational’s President. “In addition to giving us the satisfaction of doing the right thing by these churches and charities, it enables us to indefinitely partner with entities that are affecting many thousands of people each year in extremely significant ways. We feel like we’ve started something unique that will enable TransNational to reach the very highest levels of social responsibility that all businesses should strive for.”
TransNational has long been providing preferential pricing and treatment to churches and charities. One of the largest churches in the country has enjoyed nearly $70,000 a year savings since 2005 since moving their accounts to the company. Typically, churches and ministries that have already moved their accounts to TransNational’s program are saving between 20% and 50% of their merchant processing fees.
Interested churches, charities, and religiously affiliated non-profits are encouraged to investigate this program further at: www.tnbci.com/benevolence
, or call Aaron Subich, Benevolence Director at 847-655-1346.
The story behind the creation of this new charitable division of TransNational’s operations is told in depth in a white paper released by the company in December of 2009. It is available as a downloadable PDF document here: http://www.tnbci.com/pdfs/BenevolenceWP.pdf