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May 1, 2014
Employees from a local office of Experian, an information services group, recently helped beautify the grounds of a Costa Mesa nonprofit. On April 22, workers from the firm's Costa Mesa office volunteered at Girls Inc. of Orange County. The Earth Day project planned by OneOC had the Experian employees painting, gardening and doing crafts projects with Girls Inc. clients at the group's Anaheim Avenue headquarters. - Bradley Zint Twitter: @bradleyzint
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By Dan Pittman | October 27, 2009
More than 25 employees at Costa Mesa-based Experian recently donated their time and energy to help completely transform one of South Coast Children's Society’s residential group homes. The volunteers helped to trim trees, clean out ivy and foliage, and paint both the interior and exterior walls. South Coast’s four children's group homes give shelter, care and treatment to abused, neglected, and abandoned children between the ages of 10 and 18. Two additional homes serve struggling young people, age 18 to 24, who need short-term assistance and support while transitioning into young adulthood.
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By Dan Pittman | July 23, 2009
Costa Mesa-based Experian has recently made a donation of $50,000 to Mercy House, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Santa Ana that serves the homeless populations of Orange County and the Inland Empire. Mercy House was selected to receive the donation because it provides housing and comprehensive supportive services for a variety of homeless populations which includes families, adults, mothers and their children, persons living with HIV/AIDS, individuals overcoming substance addictions, and some who are disabled.
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By Dan Pittman | January 22, 2010
Costa Mesa-based Experian®, the global information services company, and the National Bankers Association (NBA) Foundation have announced a new pilot program focusing on financial literacy outreach in underserved communities. This initiative will reach consumers through NBA member banks, many of which are located in distressed urban centers. ?Ensuring all consumers have access to useful resources to help them better manage their finances is a core value for Experian,? said Maxine Sweet, vice president of public education at Experian.
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August 4, 2009
Submitted y Dan Pittman Costa Mesa-based Experian has recently donated $50,000 to Junior Achievement (JA) of Orange County. Nonprofit Junior Achievement is the world’s largest and fastest-growing organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics, and free enterprise. Through age-appropriate curricula, JA programs begin at the elementary school level, teaching children how they can impact the world around them as individuals, workers, and consumers.
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By Dan Pittman | April 6, 2010
Many deserving high school girls will have cherished memories of their proms thanks to the efforts of 19 volunteers from Costa Mesa-based Experian. The Heart of Experian, along with hundreds of other community volunteers, recently assisted with the Working Wardrobes? Cinderellas For Life event. The 500 Cinderellas, who are all students in the Garden Grove Unified School District, come from low-income or foster families. Many of them might not have even gone to their proms without the assistance of Working Wardrobes.
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By Dan Pittman | January 14, 2010
For the second year in a row, employees of Costa Mesa-based Experian have volunteered their time and energy through the Heart of Experian program to assist the Orange County Food Bank. During four volunteer dates over two years, more than 100 Experian employees have packed more than 3,000 boxes of food for low-income seniors and families. ?We are pleased that we can continue to assist the Orange County Food Bank with its vital mission to help those in need,? said Maxine Sweet, Vice President of Public Education at Experian.
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May 1, 2014
Employees from a local office of Experian, an information services group, recently helped beautify the grounds of a Costa Mesa nonprofit. On April 22, workers from the firm's Costa Mesa office volunteered at Girls Inc. of Orange County. The Earth Day project planned by OneOC had the Experian employees painting, gardening and doing crafts projects with Girls Inc. clients at the group's Anaheim Avenue headquarters. - Bradley Zint Twitter: @bradleyzint
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By Dan Pittman | April 6, 2010
Many deserving high school girls will have cherished memories of their proms thanks to the efforts of 19 volunteers from Costa Mesa-based Experian. The Heart of Experian, along with hundreds of other community volunteers, recently assisted with the Working Wardrobes? Cinderellas For Life event. The 500 Cinderellas, who are all students in the Garden Grove Unified School District, come from low-income or foster families. Many of them might not have even gone to their proms without the assistance of Working Wardrobes.
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By Dan Pittman | January 22, 2010
Costa Mesa-based Experian®, the global information services company, and the National Bankers Association (NBA) Foundation have announced a new pilot program focusing on financial literacy outreach in underserved communities. This initiative will reach consumers through NBA member banks, many of which are located in distressed urban centers. ?Ensuring all consumers have access to useful resources to help them better manage their finances is a core value for Experian,? said Maxine Sweet, vice president of public education at Experian.
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By Dan Pittman | January 14, 2010
For the second year in a row, employees of Costa Mesa-based Experian have volunteered their time and energy through the Heart of Experian program to assist the Orange County Food Bank. During four volunteer dates over two years, more than 100 Experian employees have packed more than 3,000 boxes of food for low-income seniors and families. ?We are pleased that we can continue to assist the Orange County Food Bank with its vital mission to help those in need,? said Maxine Sweet, Vice President of Public Education at Experian.
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December 9, 2009
Submitted by Dan Pittman Costa Mesa-based Experian was the underwriter of the Jump$tart Coalition’s first-ever National Educator Conference, which was held recently in Washington, DC. Created to help educators meet the challenges of teaching personal finance in hard economic times, the forum drew more than 250 classroom teachers from 46 states. The forum was developed in conjunction with the National Education Association (NEA), and featured several Washington dignitaries.
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By Dan Pittman | November 3, 2009
Costa Mesa-based Experian has announced the winners of the 2009 Heart of Experian Junior Elite Awards, which acknowledge the children of the company?s employees that have shown exceptional scholastic achievement in the 2008-2009 school year. This year, 55 students will be receiving a $200 savings bond from the Heart of Experian in recognition of their accomplishments. Each year, the program accepts applications and selects winners for the Junior Elite Awards. Applications are scored objectively taking into consideration academic performance, extra curricular activities, scholastic achievements and an essay response.
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By Dan Pittman | October 27, 2009
More than 25 employees at Costa Mesa-based Experian recently donated their time and energy to help completely transform one of South Coast Children's Society’s residential group homes. The volunteers helped to trim trees, clean out ivy and foliage, and paint both the interior and exterior walls. South Coast’s four children's group homes give shelter, care and treatment to abused, neglected, and abandoned children between the ages of 10 and 18. Two additional homes serve struggling young people, age 18 to 24, who need short-term assistance and support while transitioning into young adulthood.
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By Dan Pittman | September 28, 2009
Twenty-four recent high school graduates from across the country who are the children of Experian employees have recently received $1,000 college scholarships from the company?s Heart of Experian program. Each year, the program accepts applications and selects winners for the Experian College Scholarship Awards. Applications are scored objectively taking into consideration academic performance, school and community activities, recommendations, goals, an essay response and overall presentation.
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August 4, 2009
Submitted y Dan Pittman Costa Mesa-based Experian has recently donated $50,000 to Junior Achievement (JA) of Orange County. Nonprofit Junior Achievement is the world’s largest and fastest-growing organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics, and free enterprise. Through age-appropriate curricula, JA programs begin at the elementary school level, teaching children how they can impact the world around them as individuals, workers, and consumers.
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