News & Activities

ACT Foundation News & Activities


January 2017
ACT Holdings, Inc. Visits Susan G. Komen® Headquarters in Dallas, Texas
Donates $63,600 Towards the Fight to End Breast Cancer Read the full press release.

June 2016
ACT Foundation Announces 2016 Scholarship Winners
The ACT Foundation is pleased to announce the 50 winners of its annual $1,000 college scholarships. Read the full press release.

January 2016
ACT Foundation Accepting Applications for Its 2016 Scholarship Programs
The ACT Foundation is now accepting applications for its fourth annual scholarship programs, which provide 50 $1,000 awards to students nationwide. Read the full press release.

December 2015
ACT Foundation Awards More Than $92,000 in 2015
In 2015, the Account Control Technology Foundation donated more than $42,000 in funds to charitable organizations in addition to its annual $50,000 in college scholarships. Review the Foundation’s 2015 activities.

ACT Woodland Hills Office Donates $700 in Gift Cards to Haven Hills Shelter for Women and Children Overcoming Domestic Violence

ACT San Angelo Office Supports Meals for the Elderly’s "Seniors Still Believe Tree" with Holiday Gifts on Homebound Elderly Resident’s Wish List

ACT Dallas Office Provides Gifts to 13 Underprivileged Recipients Through Local Salvation Army’s "Angel Tree" Program

November 2015
ACT Foundation and ACT Holdings Contribute $51,670 to Susan G. Komen
The ACT Foundation and Account Control Technology Holdings, Inc. (ACT Holdings) recently donated $51,670 to Susan G. Komen and the fight to end breast cancer. The donation includes money raised by Account Control Technology, Inc. (ACT) and Convergent employees from local offices located throughout the United States, as well as a corporate match to employee donations. Read the full press release.

September 2015
ACT Foundation Holds ACT for a Cure Fundraiser to Fight Breast Cancer
From September – October 2, 2015, the ACT Foundation is partnering with employees from ACT and Convergent offices for the annual ACT for a Cure fundraiser benefitting Susan G. Komen and the fight to end breast cancer.

August 2015
ACT Featured in ACT International Magazine for "Making A Difference"
ACT and the ACT Foundation are featured in the August 2015 issue of ACA International’s Collector Magazine for “Making A Difference” through its charitable contributions and community support programs. Read article.

ACT San Angelo and Convergent Augusta Offices Donate to Ronald McDonald Houses

ACT Bakersfield Donates More Than 100 Backpacks for Bakersfield Rescue Mission

Convergent Peoria and ACT Foundation Donate $2,630.55 to St. Jude Children’s Hospital

July 2015
Account Control Technology, Inc. Named Corporate Partner of the Year in Non-Profit & Corporate Citizenship Awards
Account Control Technology, Inc. is pleased to announce it has been named the 2015 Corporate Partner of the Year in the Non-Profit & Corporate Citizenship Awards sponsored by the Los Angeles Business Journal. Read press release.

June 2015
ACT Foundation Announces Winners of $50,000 in College Scholarships for 2015
The Account Control Technology Foundation is pleased to announce the 50 winners of its annual $1,000 college scholarships. Read press release.

May 2015
ACT San Angelo Donates $1,113 to Local Project Graduation

ACT Bakersfield Raises More Than $3,000 for Relay for Life

April 2015
ACT Foundation Releases and Promotes “Beware the Debt Monster” Video
The ACT Foundation publicly released “Beware the Debt Monster,” a short video aimed at building financial literacy by highlighting the dangers of monstrous or unaddressed debt, as part of the April commemoration of National Financial Literacy Month. Read press release.

January 2015
ACT Foundation 2015 Scholarship Programs Now Accepting Applications
The ACT Foundation is now accepting applications for its 2015 scholarships, which include 50 $1,000 awards through two programs. Read press release. For information on the scholarship programs, please visit: Foundation Programs

ACT Donates to Rust Street Ministries
Employees in the ACT San Angelo office recently donated coats, blankets, linens and $1,267 to Rust Street Ministries, an organization providing material assistance and life skills training to those living in the San Angelo community. Read press release

December 2014
ACT Foundation Awards Nearly $72,400 in 2014
In its second year, the Account Control Technology Foundation donated $22,359.75 in funds to charitable organizations in addition to its annual $50,000 in college scholarships. Review the Foundation’s 2014 activities.

November 2014
"Debt Monster" Campaign Launched to Encourage Financial Wellness
The ACT Foundation recently launched a campaign warning of the dangers of monstrous or unpaid debt. "Beware the Debt Monster" posters were mailed to hundreds of colleges and universities to be shared with current students. Over the coming months, the campaign will continue with postcards, a video and more. You can view a small version of the poster here.

November 2014
ACT Foundation Contributes to $32,014 Donation for Susan G. Komen
In 2014, the ACT Foundation contributed $15,507 in support of Susan G. Komen and the fight to end breast cancer. The contribution included money collected through the fundraising efforts of ACT employees as part of an annual campaign run each October during Breast Cancer Awareness month. The total donation to Komen from ACT and the ACT Foundation in 2014 was $32,014. Read press release.

ACT Foundation Awards More Than $71,000 in 2013
In its inaugural year of 2013, the Account Control Technology Foundation awarded $50,000 in scholarships to support college education, as well as $21,052.55 in funds to charitable organizations. Review the Foundation’s activities.

Did You Know?

The ACT Foundation has awarded more than $235,000 in scholarships and in donations to other charities.

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Our Impact

"Your scholarship will not only help me relieve a great amount of financial stress, but it will also help me accomplish my goals over the next several years."

– Brittany Dodson, ACT Foundation Scholarship Recipient