Amedeo Dino Sgueglia, the company's Chief Executive Officer, said that charitable activities will continue to play a big role in his company's future.
"It's always been important to me to give back and make a difference," Sgueglia
"Being the father of a nonverbal autistic son, [charitable giving] is important to me and a core value.
I started Danny's Wish in late 2009, a charity that provides life-enhancing resources for families of autistic children.
In an effort to fund Danny's Wish and other charities, I started The Hope Process."
named Danny's Wish after his
The experience of managing a nonprofit helped him understand how fundraising activities and operational challenges can impact nonprofit organizations.
He resolved to improve these processes for his own and other nonprofits, which prompted him to establish The Hope Process.
The Hope Process
is designed to create recurring revenue for charities while offering merchants a rebate from credit card processing profits that they can keep or have CurvePay forward to a charity of their choice.
describes it as a win-win, costing merchants no more than they're already paying for existing credit card processing.
"Merchants provide donations to the charity of their choice by doing exactly what they do every day, without spending extra money," Sgueglia
While CurvePay agents can also market The Hope Process
, the MLS offering has not seen the same high adoption rate as other channels, ostensibly because merchant rebates can lower an agent's revenue, Sgueglia