Superior Debt Relief donates to homeless in honor of Random Acts of Kindness Day

The debt settlement company donated beyond their normal giving budget in an effort to fight homelessness and inspire others to do the same
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(PR NewsChannel) / March 1, 2012 / FORT COLLINS, Colo.  

Superior Debt Relief logoSuperior Debt Relief Services recently celebrated Random Acts of Kindness Day, a nationally celebrated day for encouraging people to give regularly, randomly and generously. The debt relief company donated $500 to Denver’s Road Home, a Denver-based homeless assistance program.

The debt settlement company has long been known for donating generous amounts to various charities on a regular basis but the mission of the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation inspired them to go one step further this month.

“Superior Debt Relief Services has a heart for consumers hit hard by our difficult economic times,” said John Wilson, vice president. “Fortunately, most of our clients still have homes to live in, but believe it or not, we have had clients that were homeless during part of their debt settlement program. While we don’t pretend that we can solve all the world’s problems, we try our best to help where we can, which is why we donate to programs such as this.”

Denver’s Road Home was chosen by Superior Debt Relief largely because of their organized and thorough efforts to care for the city’s homeless while working towards the goal of self-sufficiency. Their mission statement includes a 10-year plan to end homelessness in the area through various job and assistance programs.

Benny and Carla Denver's Road Home

Benny and Carla work at a day shelter trying to get by. Photo by: Rich Miller

As a key coordinator for overflow shelters during these months of single digit overnight temperatures, Denver’s Road Home provides a crucial service for the homeless. DRH was a clear choice for the debt settlement company who also works with the financially unstable and downtrodden.

“Homelessness is a serious issue that faces thousands of men, women and children throughout Colorado. It takes an entire community to work together to connect the homeless to housing and support services to enable them to lead a life of self-sufficiency. Denver’s Road Home is thankful of Superior Debt Relief Services’ generosity on Random Acts of Kindness Day,” Denver’s Road Home executive director Bennie Milliner said.

Those interested in donating to Denver’s Road home can do so at For more information about Superior Debt Relief Services, see

About Superior Debt Relief Services: Established in 1998, Superior Debt Services is a debt relief company committed to ethically helping consumers lower their credit card debt while encouraging them to develop healthy financial habits. Superior is a reputable company devoted to fighting for the consumer and the regulation of the debt settlement industry by lobbying Congress and working with the FTC for consumer advocacy legislation. 


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