Easy PayDay Foundation Supports Local Charities

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Over a dozen non-profit organizations with focuses ranging from fighting hunger and homelessness to caring for children and the elderly recently received financial support from the Easy PayDay Foundation. Davinia Munroe, Easy PayDay Communications Officer, underscored that the Foundation is committed to identifying and supporting those who go above and beyond to make significant strides for numerous individuals, families, communities and The Bahamas at large.

“Charities across the country are directly assisting vulnerable people and groups who would otherwise have no support. The Easy PayDay Foundation applauds their great work and the perseverance they display in being a helping hand,” she said.

Easy Payday Loans is a conscientious and charitable community member donating through its Foundation to causes and projects supporting a variety of nation-building initiatives. Youth development, community enhancement and charity associations for the challenged and disadvantaged are among those benefiting from ongoing financial aid.

Non-profit organizations on the receiving end of Easy PayDay Foundation donations included Children’s Emergency Hostel, Bilney Lane Children’s Home, All Saints Camp, The Salvation Army, Persis Rodgers Home for the Aged, Nazareth Home for Children, Great Commission Ministries and Hands For Hunger.

Easy PayDay, a Bahamian-owned company, has been servicing government employees since 2015 with a one-hour loan turnaround promise. Easy PayDay offers the lowest annual percentage rate (APR) in the private lending sector, and its fast and easy process translates to customer gratification during financial emergencies especially.

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