January 7, 2015- How Our Success Has Allowed Us To Serve Our Communities

As Renaissance Capital Alliance concludes another successful year of double digit growth in sales and income, we are reminded that we need to share the blessings that God has provided us with those who are in need.

Renaissance Capital Alliance was again a title sponsor and original creator of “Scare Away Hunger” – a
5k run and family event which has raised close to $100,000 for local families in need over the four years
of its existence.
During the current year, RCA also donated $300,000 to Grace Centers of Hope (GCH), in Pontiac, MI,
who have utilized these critically needed funds to assist in building better lives for single parents throughout
Southeast Michigan. In 2015, RCA will be embarking on a fundraising campaign for the GCH Women’s
Shelter. RCA is committing the resources of the company, both capital and personnel, to raise $1
million to better assist these single parents as they move from homelessness to home ownership!
RCA employees are also actively involved in DECA. In high schools and colleges around the world, DECA
is a program that prepares future leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality,
and management.
Join The Effort
If you or your organization wishes to participate in any of these important endeavors, please reach out to
your Relationship Manager for more information and find out how to get involved! At RCA, we are very
proud of our success and also humbled by it. We realize that giving back to our community is not optional
- it is our individual and collective responsibility.
About RCA
Renaissance Capital Alliance is a Certified Minority Business Enterprise engaged in the equipment
financing industry. RCA specializes in the leasing of forklifts and material handling fleets. Through our
comprehensive tracking and lease management database, industry experience, and customized lease
programs, RCA has become a valued resource to both plant and corporate associates at some of the
world’s largest corporations.