Our Corporate Social Responsibilty
At Payment Data Systems we believe that employees, people, and communities matter! As a corporation, it’s our social responsibility to help the communities in which our employees and customers thrive. Our Corporate Social Responsibility program supports families, kids, and employees. These opportunities include donations, volunteering, and fundraising for not-for-profit organizations.
Message From Louis Hoch, CEO
We are a team working toward a goal because we know no group, tool, or product is ever complete without the heart of people. We work together to take our industry and communities to the next level.
Our Focus: Kids Matter.
We are helping children by making significant financial contributions and by volunteering. We support organizations such as The Children’s Rehabilitation Institute - Teleton USA (CRIT-USA). Based in San Antonio, Texas, CRIT-USA is one of the largest national organizations that help children with physical disabilities regardless of their ability to pay for services. To learn more about CRIT-USA, go to www.critusa.org.
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Nothing's Going to Stop Us Now
To help bring awareness to Best Buddies, Payment Data Systems participated in their annual walk on October 7. This event is the number one walk in the country, which fosters opportunities for one-on-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for young adults with disabilities. In addition, Payment Data Systems’ employees raised more than $1,000!
Payments, Possibilities & Paint
On July 12, 2018, Payment Data Systems sent five of its senior management to paint the walls inside The Children’s Rehabilitation Institute – TeletonUSA (CRIT). Below in the center photo (left to right) is Wayne Gonzales (VP), Louis Hoch (CEO), Joseph Huch (VP), Ken Keller (SVP) and Larry Morrison (SVP). The team spent most of their day working together to create a more vibrant and inspirational environment for kids who visit CRIT. This center has helped thousands of kids with neurological, muscular and skeletal disabilities regardless of the ability to pay for services.