The Mautz Agency Initiates Charity Effort to Provide Music Therapy Programs to Special Needs Students

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A northern Virginia insurance agency is working with the local community in a charity drive to provide music therapy to children with special needs

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The Music Therapy programs offered by Allegro assist children in many different ways, including helping with mobility, socialization, activities of daily living, and touch and sound sensitivity issues

George Mautz, founder and director of the Mautz Agency, is announcing a charity event taking place in the Virginia Piedmont Region to gather community support and donations on behalf of the Allegro organization, a local nonprofit that provides Music Therapy programs to children with special needs.

“The Music Therapy programs offered by Allegro assist children in many different ways, including helping with mobility, socialization, activities of daily living, and touch and sound sensitivity issues,” explains Mautz.

An invitation based donation system will be implemented throughout the charity drive to increase active participation from the local community. Residents are encouraged refer friends and family in the Mautz Agency to receive a no obligation quote on insurance, and the firm will issue a donation on a per referral basis.

More information on the charity event, and details on how to get involved, can be found here: http://mautzagency.com/rewards/.

About The Mautz Agency

As a Personal Finance Representative in Warrenton, agency owner George Mautz knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of the Mautz Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. George and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. The Mautz Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at the Mautz Agency, visit http://mautzagency.com/ or call (540) 349-9100.

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