Patrick Drake Associates Announces Charity Drive to Empower Underprivileged Families in Northern Alabama

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A locally managed insurance and financial planning firm in the Huntsville area is leading a community charity effort to provide direct assistance to underprivileged families

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Our firm is committed to ensuring that those in need in our community have access to resources that will help them break free of poverty and improve outcomes for themselves and their families

In an effort to break the cycles of poverty endured by many families throughout northern Alabama, Patrick Drake, owner and director of Patrick Drake Associates, is announcing a regional charity effort to provide assistance to underprivileged residents.

“Our firm is committed to ensuring that those in need in our community have access to resources that will help them break free of poverty and improve outcomes for themselves and their families,” said Drake.

The Drake team will be implementing a recommendation system to help generate community support for the charity drive. For each person referred into the firm during this event for a no obligation insurance quote, Patrick Drake Associates will provide a cash donation to a local nonprofit that offers services to underprivileged families.

Additional details on the charity effort are available here: http://patrickdrakeassociates.com/rewards/.

About Patrick Drake Associates

As a Personal Finance Representative in Hartselle, agency owner Patrick Drake knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of Patrick Drake Associates are provided with an outstanding level of service. Patrick and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. Patrick Drake Associates also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Patrick Drake Associates, visit http://patrickdrakeassociates.com/ or call (256) 286-0029.

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