February 10, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RevSolve, Inc. Announces its Support for Make-A-Wish® Arizona
SCOTTSDALE – RevSolve, Inc., a healthcare revenue cycle consulting and management company located in Scottsdale, AZ, announced a $7500 donation to the Make-A-Wish® Arizona 2015 Wish Ball. In addition, RevSolve is creating an ongoing corporate initiative with its employees to support Make-A-Wish Arizona through fundraising and volunteer activities.
Make-A-Wish Arizona came to the attention of RevSolve in 2014 when the non-profit organization purchased the former headquarters of RevSolve in Scottsdale to develop into their new Wish House. Both organizations needed additional space to house their growing operations and RevSolve subsequently moved to a 37,000 square foot facility just two miles away in Scottsdale.
“During the sale of our building, I talked regularly with Elizabeth Reich, the CEO of Make-A-Wish Arizona, and I realized both of our organizations were founded in Arizona and served not only Arizona residents, but people throughout the U.S.,” said Chris Becraft, President & CEO of RevSolve, Inc. “I also was impressed by the passion of their staff toward the Make-A-Wish mission. I knew getting involved with Make-A-Wish would be a great way to support our Arizona community.”
“We are so excited to add RevSolve to the list of generous corporate sponsors we have here in Arizona,” said Elizabeth Reich, President and Chief Executive Officer for Make-A-Wish Arizona. “Our sponsors are key to our chapter’s success as we work to grant the wish of every eligible child in Arizona.”
RevSolve is a national healthcare revenue cycle consulting and management company privately owned and operated since 1964 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Their clients includes many prominent and respected healthcare organizations including Banner Health, Hanger, Inc., Scottsdale Lincoln Health Network, and Presbyterian Health System. For more information, visit www.revsolve.com.
About Make-A-Wish Arizona
Make-A-Wish Arizona, started in 1980, is the founding chapter of the international Make-A-Wish organization that grants wishes to children with life threatening medical conditions. Since its inception, Make-A-Wish Arizona has granted almost 5,000 wishes, with 330 wishes granted in 2014. For more information, visit www.arizona.wish.org