Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility November 26, 2013 ACT Donates $31,980 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure to End Breast Cancer

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Account Control Technology Donates $31,980 to End Breast Cancer

Donation to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Includes Funds from Local and Corporate Offices

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. – November 26, 2013 Account Control Technology, Inc. (ACT), a national leader in delivering debt management and recovery solutions, recently donated $31,980 to Susan G. Komen®, a nonprofit organization which works to end breast cancer in the U.S. and throughout the world through ground-breaking research, community health outreach, advocacy and programs in more than 30 countries.

The donation includes money raised by ACT’s employees in local offices located in Bakersfield, California; Woodland Hills, California; Mason, Ohio; Dallas, Texas, and San Angelo, Texas. The company contributed additional funds in honor of its clients, and the Account Control Technology Foundation matched ACT employee donations as part of its charter to fund vital charities.

Every October for the past three years, ACT has held a company wide fundraising campaign to benefit Komen and commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Offices typically run contests, raffles, bake sales and other events to encourage participation.

“Each year, ACT’s donation to Susan G. Komen has grown larger, which is a testament to Komen’s great work as well as the service-oriented spirit of our staff,” said Nabil Kabbani, CEO of ACT. “We are pleased to once again lend our support in the fight against breast cancer, which is an important cause to our employees, clients and communities.”

ACT has a history of delivering support to national charities as well as local community organizations. In addition, the Account Control Technology Foundation often matches donations made by employees, while also sponsoring local and national college scholarship programs.

“I’m pleased the ACT Foundation was able make a large contribution to this cause,” said Dale Van Dellen, chairman of ACT and the Account Control Technology Foundation. “Komen does important work, which is why it gains such incredible support from ACT employees each year.”

“Donations like these help us continue to fund breast cancer research and help women in our communities,” said Tiffany Dunn, Komen Director of Direct Marketing. “We’re grateful for this great effort by ACT’s staff and the support of the ACT Foundation.”

About the ACT Foundation

The Account Control Technology Foundation is a charitable organization established by ACT’s founders, Dale and Debbie Van Dellen, to build financial literacy, support education, fund vital charities and provide community support. The stated mission of the Foundation is: “To improve the future of students and the greater community by offering financial literacy and debt management education, mentorship and support to those in need.” For more information, email

About ACT

Account Control Technology, Inc. is a national leader in providing consultative debt management and collection solutions for education, government, and consumer entities. Established in 1990, ACT has been recognized as an Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private company for the past seven years running. The company serves clients nationwide from five office locations: Bakersfield, California; Woodland Hills, California; Mason, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; and San Angelo, Texas. For more information, call 800-394-4228, email or visit

Photo: Ray Eshghipour, ACT Dallas operations director (center), and Gail Davidson, executive administrator (center - left), present checks to Susan G. Komen CEO Dr. Judy Salerno (center right, holding check ); Liz Gravitz, direct marketing manager (center left, holding check); Jamie Worthy, corporate relations manager (center right, holding check); and additional staff at the Komen headquarters in Dallas.