MORE THAN A PASSION… A MISSION.
Did you know that, at this very moment, right here in our community, thousands of children are going hungry, entire families don’t have a roof above their heads, women are being battered in their own homes, and animals are suffering without care? And those are just a few of the issues that we truly have a heart for here in our agency. Not because we are philanthropists, but because we are NEIGHBORS.
We know we can offer some relief through our agency’s operations, and so here we are. We ask for referrals because for EACH quote, we offer to make a donation to someone in need. We are not afraid of rejection simply because lives depend on our courage. We will not be stopped by judgment because we understand the work that needs to be done cannot wait for one single giving season each year. Our mission is to make our community’s well-being part of our JOB – every day, year-round.
If we are so passionate about protecting YOU (and we are), we really couldn’t leave out the people who are around you, could we? After all, YOU ARE COMMUNITY!
That’s why we volunteered to become part of the national #AgentsofChange movement, which now empowers our agency’s own Community Cause Program to carry the flag of hope, relief and opportunity for local folks facing a tough time.
We believe we can have all of our campaigns SOLELY FUNDED BY OUR AGENCY… by simply REWARDING YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS. Of course, donations can be made directly to supported organizations, but we are happy to use our own agency’s money and do that on your behalf, instead!
We know our hearts are not the only ones to break when made aware of real people going through real suffering not too far from us. And we sure can do much to change things for them. We look forward to together, helping our community live well and thrive!
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