ATLANTA, Feb. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sterling Currency Group is proud to announce that it has instituted a company philanthropy program with a unique twist. Each month, customers are invited to vote for one of six selected charities, and the winning charity is the recipient of a $5,000 donation from Sterling. "In tough economic times like these, we are pleased to give financial support to the charities our customers select," said Sterling's Frank Bell.
The winner in December was the Salvation Army, and Frank Bell presented the check to Major Marshall Gesner. Because the vote for December was so close, the runner-up, Save the Children, received the January $5000 donation. Kevin McAndrew, Manager of Corporate Partnerships at Save the Children said, "Corporate supporters are critical stakeholders in the success of our global mission and we are proud to include Sterling Currency Group as a partner."
The February winner, Wounded Warrior Project, provides programs and services to severely injured service members during the time between active duty and the transition to civilian life and is especially meaningful to those of Sterling's customers who served in or had loved ones serve in the military during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
About Sterling Currency Group
Sterling Currency Group has roots that go back to 2003. While serving for the U.S. military in the Iraq War, the company's team members recognized that the public's demand for the new Iraqi dinar was going unmet. They founded Sterling Currency Group in 2004 to provide new Iraqi dinar to individuals and organizations around the world that didn't have direct access to exchange markets in the Middle East. After initially providing new Iraqi dinar to major U.S. dealers and large individual investors, Sterling Currency Group established dinarbanker.com in 2007 in order to deliver Sterling Currency Group services directly to individuals via the Internet. Dinarbanker.com has been voted #1 by many review sites and dinar forums.
Sterling Currency Group has been in business with a stellar reputation since 2004 and is a registered Money Service Business with the United States Treasury Department. The company has the resources and is committed to exchanging dinar and other currencies for its customers at any time. The company has long-established banking connections that ensure fast and secure exchanges for customers.
Sterling Currency Group has been audited by the Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Department of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. This extensive audit guarantees that the company is following the proper rules and regulations.
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