FranServe, Inc., the largest franchise consulting and expansion organization in the world, was founded with one goal: to help others. And while the organization is changing people’s lives daily by helping aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their dreams of business ownership through franchising, FranServe is also changing people’s lives with a wealth of philanthropic endeavors. By Jessica
FranServe, Inc., the largest franchise consulting and expansion organization in the world, was founded with one goal: to help others. And while the organization is changing people’s lives daily by helping aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their dreams of business ownership through franchising, FranServe is also changing people’s lives with a wealth of philanthropic endeavors.
“At FranServe, our commitment to service doesn’t stop with the expert franchise consulting we provide our clients or the top-tier support and training we offer our consultants,” said Alesia Visconti, FranServe’s CEO and president. “As a growing member of the global business community, we take pride in our social responsibility to share our success with those who need it most.”
Detailing her company’s strong belief in giving back – always striving to give to some of the world’s most needed and extraordinary organizations – Visconti spoke about FranServe Cares. The charitable branch of her compassionate company donates to organizations via Fran-Aid.
“As we connect entrepreneurs to franchise opportunities, introduce franchisors to qualified people and train the industry’s most knowledgeable consultants to make it all happen, we also place a great deal of importance on giving back,” Visconti said.
“I love helping people realize their dream of business ownership, but I am extremely proud of the work FranServe does outside of our daily operations as well.”
An author, professional speaker and entrepreneur whose motto in life is “Work hard, play hard, help others, repeat,” Visconti guides her team in helping the world to be a better place. Organizations near and dear to Visconti’s heart include the Susan G. Komen organization for breast cancer research and groups that aid our country’s military veterans.
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The FranServe Cares most recent giving endeavors include:
A $10,000 donation to VetFran in support of entrepreneurial veterans seeking to own franchises and prosper within the franchise community. The mission is to educate veterans and franchisors about the unique match between the skills and aptitudes of entrepreneurial veterans and the demands and opportunities of being a franchisee. The organization also helps facilitate the transition of veterans into franchising by encouraging franchisors to offer discounts and incentives and to assemble resources, tools and a database of franchising opportunities for those who have served in the military.
A $5,000 donation to WIRES Wildlife Rescue, an organization that has been rescuing and caring for wildlife for over 35 years. FranServe made this donation to aid in the healing and recovery of the over one billion species affected by the devastating brush and forest fires that occurred in Australia in 2019 and 2020.
A $30,000 donation to Freedom Service Dogs, a group that helps veterans and active-duty military find a new level of confidence and independence, with the help of specially trained service dogs. The Colorado-based organization developed a program titled Operation Freedom, to help returning war veterans and military personnel transition from active duty and combat to civilian life, battling challenges like PTSD, depression, immobility and inactivity, which can sometimes result in destructive consequences, including homelessness, crime, drugs, alcohol and even suicide.
A $30,000 donation to the Susan G. Komen organization, gifted in conjunction with FranServe’s sister company, Franchise Dictionary Magazine, to help fund life-saving research to prevent and cure breast cancer. The Foundation, which has been in existence since 1982, has funded more than $1 billion in research and more than $2 billion in education, screening and treatment, and has served millions in over 60 countries worldwide.