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HC Global Fund Services Partners With Help For Children In The Fight Against Child Abuse

Firm’s Support of the Alternative Investment Industry Charity Includes Pro Bono Accounting Services

HC Global Fund Services, a San Francisco-based fund administrator, and Help For Children (HFC) today announced a partnership whereby HC Global will provide pro bono financial and accounting services to the global non-profit organization.

By lending the expertise of the firm’s finance professionals, HC Global is making a long-lasting in-kind commitment to HFC in support of its efforts to prevent and treat child abuse globally.

“HC Global is honored to partner with Help For Children by managing its accounting functions so that HFC can focus on continuing to protect and heal vulnerable children around the world,” said Ghufran Rizvi, Chief Operating Officer of HC Global. “We applaud HFC for uniting the alternative investment industry for this extremely important cause and we look forward to an enduring partnership.”

“We are extremely grateful to Ghufran Rizvi, and the HC Global team expertly led by Roselle Polo, for supporting HFC in such a meaningful way,” said Renee Skolaski, Executive Director and CEO of Help For Children. “By collaborating with us on the charity’s financial matters and providing these services pro bono, HC Global is enabling HFC to further reduce administrative overhead and direct even more charitable dollars to fighting the scourge of child abuse.”