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11/04/09 - In This Tough Economy, Business Still Invests in Innovative Foster Care Charity

On February 5, 2009, Discount Imaging, renamed Cartridge on Wheels, a local toner, printer and fax supply company in Monroe, presented a sizeable donation to a foster care charity, The C.A.L.L. (Children of Arkansas Loved for a Lifetime).  When asked why they were willing to donate in this economic climate, Paul Moreau, co-owner of the business along with Tim Kerry, said, “Our mission is making a difference for the planet, making a difference for businesses, and making a difference for people.  We’ve been unusually blessed in the growth of our business and the goals of The C.A.L.L. are in line with our ideals.  We feel that the Christian community can have a positive impact on our children and our future.”

The C.A.L.L.’s mission is “to educate, equip, and encourage the Christian community to provide a future and a hope to the children in foster care.”  The non-profit works in cooperation with the local state foster care agency in Arkansas to recruit, train and retain enough foster families with the vision of “no waiting children in foster care in Arkansas”.  In only its second year this past year, over 100 children from foster care were placed with C.A.L.L. families.  Equally important, this group of dedicated volunteers and staff have worked with the DHS’ Division of Children and Family Services to streamline the agencies’ training and certification process to provide qualified foster and adoptive families, and they provide support groups and services for families who foster and adopt children. They have created a grassroots volunteer model that is easily replicable, and could have implications for Louisiana. 

For more information about The C.A.L.L, you can visit their web site at

11/04/09 - Mobile Printer Service 'never lost a client'

Check out an article that was published in the Reno Gazette-Journal about franchise owners Mark & Linda Glies.