Ring A Bell... Change a life

CCS sponsored The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign "DOING THE MOST GOOD". Funds collected at the Red Kettles provide meals, a wide range of     programs and emergency services throughout the year to those in need within the community. For one CCS family, this was their 12th year ringing the bells for the Red Kettle Campaign.

Deliver Christmas Cheer, Kid to Kid

Toys for Tots relies on the kindness and generosity of local residents and businesses to serve the needy in our community. CCS was one of those businesses. Children of CCS employees got involved by donating new books and toys to the Civic Theater drop-off location during the month of December.

CCS Founder & President, Georgeann Edford, Behind the Wheel

Georgeann Edford not only contributes financially to MADD, but she can be found in the drivers seat. She was a volunteer driver on New Years Eve assisting individuals, who were under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs home - ensuring the safety of everyone on the road.

Showing Love through hearts, stickers and more...

Cutting, gluing, stickers and writing notes of encouraging words on construction paper was the activity for some CCS friends and family as they created handmade Valentine Cards for DMC (Detroit Medical Center) Children's Hospital of Michigan, a 228 bed hospital located in Detroit. The goal of this "Make a Valentine Card" community based project is for the doctor's and staff to give each child as many of the handmade cards throughout Valentine's Day as possible.

No Child or Senior without a Christmas

Early one Saturday morning, CCS supported the 'Farmington Hills Area Goodfellows Organization' by making deliveries to needy families in the city. CCS was one of over 200 + cars and trucks in-line to deliver boxes from 'Toys for Tots' and food donations. Over 170 families and 60 senior adult families, totaling over 300 kids, were gifted that day just before Christmas.

April is Dedicated to Autism Awareness

Coding Compliance Solutions, LLC, supports the Autism Society in a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness. This year CCS went beyond simply promoting autism awareness to volunteering at the local Autism Awareness Benefit, held annually at the local high school. Volunteers served refreshments, supervised craft tables, games and a raffle. CCS also donated a gift basket for fundraising. This year, the benefit doubled its profits from last year - a 100% of all donations are then sent to the national organization.

School Fund-raiser is the "Heart & Soul"

President & Founder, Coding Compliance Solutions, LLC, Georgeann Edford, worked in collaboration with Sr. Mary Ann Culpert, SND, President of Notre Dame Academy (Ohio) for the annual "Heart & Soul" benefit. As usual, Ms. Edford, showed her support with more than just her heart and soul - Ms. Edford, was a big ticket donator for the auction. She donated a one week stay at the 'Patchwork Cottages' estate in Charlevoix, Michigan, to the highest bidder. She has also been know to have the title of Auction Instigator! Proceeds from the annual event benefited the Scholarship Fund.

Family Member Gives the Best Gift

Generosity has no boundaries in CCS's Georgeann Edford's family. Family members not only donate time, money and materialistic items to people in need, but gave the most generous gift of all - a kidney. The Kidney Foundation of Ohio, is a local organization to empower patients managing kidney disease through various services.