HUTCHINSON, KS – National Credit Adjusters, a receivables management company headquartered in Kansas with offices in Arizona and Jamaica, looks back on community involvement during the second half of 2023 with gratitude for each team and their dedication to getting personally involved with service to our communities. From water drives to food drives and more, NCA was able to fulfill its ongoing commitment to giving back thanks to the caring individuals and employees who put each initiative into action.

August Water Drives

In both the Chandler and Peoria, AZ offices, with the promise of a match by NCA, team members worked together to collect cases of bottled water for the homeless during the hottest months of the year. Average July temperatures in Central Arizona are about 105 degrees at the hottest part of the day.

In Peoria, employees donated 26 cases of water, for a total of 52 cases after the match, which were all donated to the St. Vincent DePaul food bank. In Chandler, 64 cases (approx. 2,560 bottles) total were donated to Chandler Salvation Army.

“When we delivered the water to the local Salvation Army, the employees said they were running low and currently in need. It was all hands on deck to load the 64 cases, a police officer and the Salvation Army’s general manager came out to help Joe Rodriguez and I transfer the cases to their truck. It was a great feeling to fulfill an immediate need in our community,” said Karl Krum, Director of Operations at the Chandler office.

September United Way Work Day & School Supply Donations

In September, NCA provided a $300 donation to a local Hutchinson area elementary school to provide school shirts to low-income students. In addition, NCA purchased $700 of supplies from teachers’ wish lists at another local elementary school. Team members from the Hutchinson office delivered the donations.

A crew of Hutchinson staff also volunteered with United Way for a Community Work Day. The group was assigned the project of repainting the house and garage of an elderly, disabled woman.

October Trunk or Treat & Laps for Learning

In October, the Hutchinson site volunteered and donated candy to Trunk or Treat Hutch. Team members represented NCA well as they handed out candy to thousands of children on Halloween night.

NCA also participated in the Laps for Learning fundraiser, where students collect donations for their school and show appreciation for the donations by jogging/walking laps around the school’s track. NCA donated $500 each to two local elementary schools. A group of employees also volunteered during the event at one of the schools.

November Food Drive

During the Thanksgiving season, team members from the Chandler office worked together for the Salvation Army food drive. The team collected and donated a vast assortment of canned goods and boxed dry goods for the food pantry at the Salvation Army Community & Youth Center.

A Heart for Community

NCA CEO, Tyler Rempel shares, “National Credit Adjusters is proud to be actively involved in the communities where we collectively live and work. It’s a privilege to have so many team members eager to join in and take a personal part in serving the community with a variety of local initiatives. Thank you to our teams across all offices for their hearts and for allowing NCA to come alongside and support these efforts.”

About National Credit Adjusters, LLC

National Credit Adjusters, a privately held company, has specialized in purchasing and servicing delinquent account receivables since 2002. Their primary area of acquisition is consumer installment and online lending. NCA stays current on industry standards through ongoing research, automation, analytics, and process evaluation. National Credit Adjusters focuses on strong performance while adhering to compliance standards through constant quality training and employee development. Whether purchasing, servicing, or selling debt, NCA conducts all business with respect and fairness. For more information, visit