Part of PossibleNOW’s 20-year anniversary celebration includes a donation to a well-known charity aimed helping people with little or nothing to eat.

The provider of customer insights, enterprise consent and preference management solutions, and direct marketing compliance, announced it agreed to a $20,000 donation to Feeding America.  PossibleNOW said its donation will aid in Feeding America’s hunger relief program that spans across the country.

Feeding America is one the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization. Thanks to donations and support from businesses, government organizations and individuals alike, the Feeding America network of food banks, pantries and meal programs serve virtually every community in the United States — 40 million people, including 12 million children and 7 million seniors.

Supporting communities and giving back has been a long-standing charitable mission for PossibleNOW throughout 20 years in business. The company highlighted that it promotes charitable giving by matching employee contributions to worthy organizations that help people in need.

PossibleNOW employees stepped up and personally contributed $6,000 for a $26,000 total to Feeding America’s hunger relief fund.

The company also provides all employees with paid time off to serve their local community on a continuous basis.

“We are so delighted to celebrate our 20th year in business, working alongside some of the largest and most recognizable global brands in the world,” PossibleNOW chief executive officer Scott Frey said in a news release.

“We began by helping companies execute successful marketing campaigns while maintaining compliance with marketing regulations such as Do Not Call and Do Not Email,” Frey continued. “We have now evolved to empowering customers to have a voice in the communications they receive, and we enable businesses to respond with valuable and relevant customer experiences so that relationships are enriched.

“We are privileged to serve our loyal customers and to donate to the Feeding America program which serves communities nationwide,” he went on to say.