“As businesses propel along the highway to profitability, the necessity of processing credit cards is still an important part of business and success. Many processing giants exist, all competing for the percentage gain in the transactions.

Nonprofits need to hold onto the profits they see. Credit cards are the heart of that transaction.  Refreshingly I’ve found a company who has the business and nonprofits at heart.

I work with nonprofits all the time and see their struggle for funding. So, when Chris explained his approach, that offered a smaller processing percentage, AND gave 50% back to the nonprofit, I jumped at the chance to tell others.

I was most gratified to experience his follow up and through, easy description, and then his thorough research to SHOW the gain. I respect his character and integrity. Thank you, Chris Zonneveld and Credit Your Community. Please clone you! I look forward to many years together.”

Jaclyn Zoccoli

Global Collaborative

Word of Mouth Strategist

Network Builders Arizona


At Xtreme Car & Truck Accessories is committed to providing prompt and reliable Custom service. They have a team of professional technicians that are highly trained to perform a large variety of vehicle services such as rust proofing, spray in bed liners, tires, electronics, specialty and protective detailing, GPS tracking and much, much more. All of their technicians and staff are committed to delivering only the highest level of service, and place heavy emphasis on customer satisfaction. With their expert, on-site technicians, they guarantee that all of their services are both fast and efficient.

Xtreme Car & Truck Accessories is proud to be one of the oldest companies in the city! We’ve been in business since 1978. They are located at 150 Millers Run Road in Bridgeville right off of I-79. They serve all of Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas. They are ready to serve you Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm and Saturdays from 9am to noon. So stop in today and choose from their wide variety of aftermarket accessories over 1,000 brands to take your car or truck from ordinary to the Xtreme. Xtreme has all the top quality products and services available for the lowest prices around, so stop in or give them a call.

Mike Chabalie the founder & owner of Xtreem donates to Helping Hands for Wounded Veterans via the Credit Your Community (CYC) program. He will willingly talk with you about the CYC program and how it gives back to others.



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We are living in a fast-paced profit oriented time. This societal ethos values a skin-deep world where effects are immediate and short lived. Architecture is the opposite of this. It is unmoving and eternal. How can we cope? Perhaps in the elegance of timelessness and beauty in our city.

When we think of the great societies of history, we refer to their architecture. When we talk about the great work of today, we look elsewhere. We see our own architects designing buildings around the world that the world sees as examples of great civilization. The world discusses the great institutions in our area, the cutting edge research and our great medical facilities. It is our collective responsibility to bring our skyline and our buildings into this discussion. We have been there in periods of our history, we must be there again.

In Boston, as everywhere else, design is not static. Design evolves to meet a changing society.

Design can improve our lives and even better our world. It’s up to us all—architects, other design professionals, clients, regulatory agents, community activists, to create the kind of places we want to live, and to share our stories about how best to attain them.

Architects can promote design excellence in multiple ways, aside from designing buildings: Sitting on commissions that select and review design; attending public meetings to support other designers; and simply listening carefully to clients, consultant ants, and building users to understand how they currently use buildings, and how those uses may evolve.

Ben Cohen – CFO – Boston Society and Foundation of Architects – 617-391-4003 – bcohen@architects.org- supporting the Boston Society Of Architects Foundation

Hospitality. Compassion. Integrity. Empowerment. These core values are the centerpiece of Bethlehem Haven’s delivery of services to homeless women and those at-risk of homelessness. Bethlehem Haven’s mission is to provide a continuum of care for homeless women that leads toward self-sufficiency.

Bethlehem Haven’s vision is to end homelessness through collaboration with the community and the people we serve.

Lois Maffuka Martin – President – Bethlehem Haven – 412-391-134 – supporting Bethlehem Haven


In all the years of farming and serving our customers, we’ve seen hundreds of families and neighbors grow. And we’ve grown too. What started out as a simple little farm market in the bottom of our barn has become a top-notch 85,000 square foot retail farm market and Garden Center with 15 different departments all under one roof. Though we have grown our ideals have remained the same – to always offer our customers the best we can grow and the highest quality merchandise we can find. We invite you to come and experience Trax Farms; spend a relaxing morning, an afternoon or the entire day! You’ll be surprised by how much we’ve changed. You’ll be surprised by how much we’ve stayed the same, too.

Trax Farms – CFO Karen Luginski – 412-835-3246- kluginski@traxfarms.com – supporting the Food Bank


Sally Power – Owner – Treasure House Fashions 412-715-7446 – sally@thfashions.org- supporting the Treasure House Fashions building fund


Andy Pope – Founder & President – Industrial Soldier –  724-600-4965- andygilly@comcast.net – supporting Industrial Soldier


Sharon Lewis – Owner – SBLtax – Lewis Business Systems – 602-692-3906

Sharon@lbstax.com- supporting Physic Foundation

Millcraft Investments processing supports several nonprofits via the Millcraft Foundation

 Hidden Valley Animal Clinic 724-941-3900 supports Real Rott Rescue

Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania supports JAWPA funds