The Paul Nelson Agency Launches Charity Drive to Provide Support to Food Bank in Minneapolis

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A Minnesota based insurance provider is working with a local nonprofit in a charity drive to provide meals to underprivileged families

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Our agency is vested in ongoing efforts to feed our community, and we personally invite all of you to take part in helping to secure the most basic needs for the hardworking families in our area

Paul Nelson, founder and managing agent of the Paul Nelson Agency, is leading a community charity initiative to help provide meals to financially challenged residents facing food insecurity. Donations provided during the drive will be gifted to the Second Harvest food bank, which serves the Minneapolis area.

“Our agency is vested in ongoing efforts to feed our community, and we personally invite all of you to take part in helping to secure the most basic needs for the hardworking families in our area,” says Nelson.

The Nelson team is encouraging broad community support by issuing donations based on referrals sent into the firm. For each person invited into the Paul Nelson agency by a friend or family member to receive a no obligation insurance appraisal, the Nelson firm will provide a $10 donation to Second Harvest.

More details on how to join the charity movement to support Second Harvest can be found on this page: http://paulnelsonagency.com/rewards/.

About the Paul Nelson Agency

As a Personal Finance Representative in Golden Valley, agency owner Paul Nelson knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of the Paul Nelson Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. Paul and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. The Paul Nelson Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at the Paul Nelson Agency, visit http://paulnelsonagency.com/ or call (763) 544-0434.

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