Confidence Plus Insurance Introduces a New Charity Campaign in California to Raise Funds for St. Mary’s Dining Room

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As part of Confidence Plus’s commitment to becoming agents of change in the communities where the agency is inserted, a new charity campaign has been announced to support St. Mary’s Dining Room, an organization that responds to poverty in San Joaquin County by feeding the hungry, caring for health issues and restoring human dignity to over 700 individuals each day. Confidence Plus is vested in raising awareness and funds to support St. Mary’s Dining Room.

We want to support this wonderful organization help empower individuals in our community, meet their physical needs and provide them with a nutritious meal every day

With agencies in California, Confidence Plus Insurance reveals another remarkable charity campaign as part of its efforts to support the local communities. The agency is campaigning to raise funds for an organization, St. Mary’s Dining Room that feeds the hungry in San Joaquin County. The agency announces that those with a compassionate heart for supporting St. Mary’s Dining Room, can now join the campaign by contributing through the designated donations page at http://confidenceinsuranceagency.com/Feeding-The-Hunger-in-San-Joaquin_15_community_cause.

Dean Shibler, the agency’s principal, who has helped touch many lives in the communities where his agencies are inserted, attested, “We want to help this wonderful organization continue empowering individuals in our community, meet their physical needs and provide them with a nutritious meal every day. Our agency wants to do anything and everything possible to respond to poverty in California. We are on a mission to make this campaign successful, so we can not only feed these people in need, but also give them hope.”

The agency has joined the efforts of St. Mary's Dining Room in helping feed many individuals in need in the San Joaquin County. To help achieve that goal, the agency’s network of customers, business partners, friends, staff and family are being invited to actively participate by not only contributing financially, but also by helping spread the word to others.

Confidence Plus 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 California. In fact, Our Hometown magazine reserves a full page to feature this worthy cause, even acknowledging all of those who donated at http://stmarysinterfaith.org/how_you_can_help.php. The electronic Flipbook version of the current issue can be accessed here: http://confidenceinsuranceagency.com/OUR-HOMETOWN-MAGAZINE_39.

Confidence Plus 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://confidenceinsuranceagency.com/Submit-A-Community-Cause-Idea_47. Entries are diligently submitted for review, and the elected worthy causes are properly contacted by a representative of Confidence Plus’s Community Program. More information regarding past and current campaigns supported by Confidence Plus Insurance can be found at http://confidenceinsuranceagency.com/community-cause.

About Confidence Plus Insurance

Confidence Plus understands the importance of building a solid foundation for the future and developing long-lasting customer relationships. That’s why they are committed to offering clients the same level of service they would expect from their own business dealings. When clients leave their office, Confidence Plus’ staff is indeed confident every individual will feel assured, informed, and satisfied in their insurance choices. To contact an expert at Confidence Plus Insurance, call (209) 473.4403.

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