This holiday season, our firm plans to help improve outcomes in our community for those who have fallen on hard times, and this event will help ensure Interfaith Emergency Services continues to provide for those in need
OCALA, Fla. (PRWEB) November 17, 2017
The management team of the Florida-based McDonald Agency is announcing a charity event in the Ocala region to help raise community support for the ongoing efforts of Interfaith Emergency Services in providing clothing, food, and critical assistance to individuals and families facing financial hardship.
“This holiday season, our firm plans to help improve outcomes in our community for those who have fallen on hard times, and this event will help ensure Interfaith Emergency Services continues to provide for those in need,” stated Kevin McDonald, proprietor of the McDonald Agency.
The McDonald Agency charity campaign will focus on encouraging local community members to get involved and help promote the charity event to friends and family. Referrals made to the McDonald Agency during the course of the event will yield a monetary donation to the charity paid from the firm, and no purchases are required by the referrer.
Additional information on the charity event is available from the agency’s website: http://www.themcdonaldagency.com/Rewards-Program_45.
About the McDonald Agency
Kevin McDonald has lived in Ocala Florida with his wife and three children for nearly 40 years, and has built strong relationships with the local community and many local families. This extensive knowledge and understanding of the people in Ocala has allowed the McDonald Agency to provide over 8,000 customers with an outstanding level of service. The McDonald team is dedicated to helping families like yours protect the things that are important - your family, home, car and more. The McDonald Agency can also help you prepare a strategy to achieve your financial goals. To speak with a helpful representative from the McDonald Agency, visit http://www.themcdonaldagency.com/ or call (352) 622-2333.