July 20, 2015

This year, thanks to the generosity of ACE employees and customers, $447,478 will be donated among the local chapters of AdoptAClassroom.org, Autism Speaks, Back on My Feet, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys and Girls Club, National Down Syndrome Society, Providence House and the Stars Scholarship Fund.

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February 24, 2015

This year, through the combined effort of ACE’s 2014 Pink Month fundraiser and purchases made using the Pink ACE Elite™ Visa® prepaid card, ACE and NetSpend are making a $762,090 donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

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January 13, 2015

The Community Fund, ACE's 11-year-old corporate-giving program, supported 23 nonprofit organizations across the nation in 2014, totaling $1,055,612 in contributions.

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October 07, 2014

In an effort to assist teachers, who spend an estimated $500 annually on school supplies, ACE Cash Express stores in Greater Seattle are providing funds for classroom materials to 78 local teachers after raising $29,293 during ACE’s Give a Little Campaign.

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Corporate Officers

  • Jay B. ShipowitzPresident and Chief Executive Officer
  • Ted M. EadesExecutive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer, and General Counsel
  • Douglas A. LindsayExecutive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
  • Sue PresslerExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
  • Laurie Goodine HillSenior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer and Deputy General Counsel
  • Michael NelsonSenior Vice President of Information Systems and Chief Information Officer
  • Eric C. NorringtonSenior Vice President of Public Affairs

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