The Althea Johnson Agency Organizes Charity Drive to Provide Relief to Sick and Underprivileged Children

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A privately owned insurance and financial planning agency in Nassau County is leading a community charity effort aimed at raising local support for children from underprivileged families who are facing illness or hospitalization

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There are many children that unfortunately do not have the support that they need while receiving treatment for a serious illness but we want to help these children any way we can

Althea Johnson, founder and director of the New York based Althea Johnson Agency, is announcing the commencement of a charity drive in the greater Nassau County area that promises to raise support on behalf of the John Theissen Children’s Foundation.

“There are many children that unfortunately do not have the support that they need while receiving treatment for a serious illness but we want to help these children any way we can,” said Johnson.

The Johnson team is working to generate support for the John Theissen Children’s Foundation by using an invitation program. As residents refer friends and family into the firm to receive a no obligation insurance quote, the firm will issue a monetary donation on a per referral basis.

More information on how to join the charity drive has been made available here: http://ajagency.net/rewards/.

About the Althea Johnson Agency

As a Personal Finance Representative in Hicksville, agency owner Althea Johnson knows many local families. Her knowledge and understanding of the people in her community ensures that clients of the Althea Johnson Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. Althea and her team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. The Althea Johnson Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at the Althea Johnson Agency, visit http://www.ajagency.net/ or call (516) 933-3636.

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