First Financial Asset Management (FFAM360), a family of companies that provides creditors with comprehensive revenue cycle solutions, announces the names of the four charitable organizations benefiting from FFAM 360’s 2018 focus on our community. 

This year, FFAM360 is proud to partner with Smiley for Kylie, Promise686, American Cancer Society, and Wounded Warrior Project. Each FFAM360 office around the country has selected a charity to benefit their communities. By placing philanthropy and community support at the center of business, FFAM360 is building a culture of lifting up others and driving positive change.

At FFAM, it is our responsibility to support the communities and organizations that are important to our employees,” says President and Chief Investment Officer, Matthew Maloney. “Our investments in the community create a company culture that is centered around our people. At the end of the day, it’s important that we work for a greater purpose;   we choose intentional living and  supporting one another and the causes that have impacted those closest to us. FFAM is committed to giving back and sharing with others.”

The charities FFAM360 is supporting in its 2018 core plan:

  • Smiley For Kylie is a non-profit organization helping to fund research that will lead to safer and more effective cures for childhood cancer. Smiley For Kylie also raises money to increase awareness of childhood cancer and support those affected by it. The organization honors the memory of Kylie Myers and is based in Suwanee, Georgia.


  • Promise686 is a 501(c)(3) organization providing grants, education, and practical support to churches and families to address the local crisis in foster care and support those who are called to adopt. Promise686 also works with private agencies to increase foster care awareness and place volunteer teams around foster families. Promise686 is headquartered in Berkeley Lake, Georgia and has taken root in 10 states beyond Georgia.


  • American Cancer Society  is a 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to preventing cancer and saving lives. Through advocacy, cancer research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading cancer awareness, The American Cancer Society is actively involved in communities around the globe. The American Cancer Society has more than 350 offices worldwide and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


  • Wounded Warrior Project serves veterans and service members who suffered an injury (physical or mental), wound, or illness as part of their service during the September 11, 2001 attack. The Wounded Warrior Project provides the injured, their families, and their caregivers with programs, services, and monetary support. The Wounded Warrior Project is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. 

About FFAM360

The FFAM360 group of companies deploys world-class people, operations, and technology to deliver revenue cycle solutions to their clients that optimize their credit and revenue lifecycles. Founded in 2002 with the vision of creating a best-in-class organization that provides comprehensive solutions across the Insurance Subrogation, Healthcare, and Financial Service sectors, FFAM360 has achieved many significant awards and recognitions including being honored by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (“WBENC”) as a Certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise. FFAM360 is headquartered just outside Atlanta, GA, with additional offices in Phoenix, AZ and Paso Robles, CA.