We need to be educated on this terrible disease so we can help prevent it and save lives in our community. We are deeply sadden for what happened to Cody and want to do our best to make sure it won’t happen to anyone else
The Woodlands, TX (PRWEB) March 18, 2015
With agencies in Texas, Moore Insurance celebrates the beginning of a new charity campaign as part of its ongoing Community Program, now looking to raise enough funds to raise awareness and educate young students of Sudden Cardiac Death by supporting Go Big Or Go Home – Cody Stephens Foundation. Clients and friends of Moore Insurance supporting the Cody Stephens Foundation can now join the agency’s efforts by contributing through the designated donations page at http://www.codystephensfoundation.org
At 6’9″ and weighing 289 lbs, Cody Stephens seemed to be in perfect health, and unexpectedly passed way due to a fatal heart problem. The purpose of Go Big or Go Home - Cody Stephens Foundation is to provide assistance to the students of Texas School districts to implement an ECG screening program, to help implement and facilitate improved physicals to middle and high school student athletes, to include education and raise awareness of Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) among young seemingly healthy students.
Jared Moore, the agency’s principal, who has helped touch the lives of many other kids in the communities where his agencies are inserted, attested, “The thought that young man, who look perfectly healthy could have a fatal heart problem is horrifying. We need to be educated on this terrible disease so we can help prevent it and save lives in our community. We are deeply sadden for what happened to Cody and want to do our best to make sure it won’t happen to anyone else.”
Moore Insurance continues to employ its own resources to ensure the success of their community program. The current campaign is being promoted through the agency’s social media channels, email and text message communications, as well as through their monthly magazine, delivered to thousands of households in Texas. In fact, Our Hometown magazine reserves a full page to feature this worthy cause, including all of its details. The electronic Flipbook version of the current issue can be accessed here: http://mooreinsuranceteam.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_39.
The donations page at http://mooreinsuranceteam.com/Go-Big-Or-Go-Home!_14_community_cause will be kept active until the end of April, where donors can contribute. The agency may acknowledge contributors in the agency’s monthly magazine.
Moore Insurance will continue to work with individuals and nonprofits in the area to identify new worthy opportunities to support the community, every 60 days. Through the agency’s website, any members of the community can also submit information on known families or persons who could use some help – http://mooreinsuranceteam.com/Submit-A-Community-Cause-Idea_52.
Entries are diligently submitted for review, and the elected worthy causes are properly contacted by a representative of Moore’s Community Program. More information regarding past and current campaigns supported by Moore Insurance can be found at http://mooreinsuranceteam.com/community-cause.
About Moore Insurance
As a Personal Finance Representative in the Woodlands, agency owner Jared Moore knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community help provide customers with an outstanding level of service. Jared and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are important - family, home, car and more. They can also help clients prepare a strategy to achieve their financial goals. To contact an expert at Moore Insurance, call (281) 367-8899.