Dianne Michael Insurance Agency Initiates Charity Drive to Support Pediatric Cancer Patients

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An insurance and financial planning assistance agency in southern Ohio is launching a regional charity effort to raise support for children facing cancer

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Dragonfly helps shoulder the burden of hardship on local families and shines a ray of light and hope to guide those facing cancer and bone marrow transplants

Dianne Michael, founder and principal agent of the Dianne Michael Insurance Agency in Hamilton County, is leading a community charity event aimed at raising support for children battling cancer and young patients undergoing bone marrow transplants.

The Dianne Michael Agency will be utilizing a community powered referral system to help generate donations for Dragonfly, a local nonprofit that works with pediatric cancer patients and their families. “Dragonfly helps shoulder the burden of hardship on local families and shines a ray of light and hope to guide those facing cancer and bone marrow transplants,” said Michael.

For every referral sent in to the firm for a no cost insurance quote during the charity event, the Dianne Michael team will send a cash donation to Dragonfly.

More information on the charity drive can be found here: http://diannemichaelinsurance.com/rewards/.

About Dianne Michael Insurance Agency

As a Personal Finance Representative in Cincinnati, agency owner Dianne Michael knows many local families. Her knowledge and understanding of the people in her community ensures that clients of Dianne Michael Insurance are provided with an outstanding level of service. Dianne and her team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important - family, home, car and more. Dianne Michael Insurance Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Dianne Michael Insurance Agency, visit http://diannemichaelinsurance.com/ or call (513) 451-8700 or (513) 322-4300.

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