Nicely Insurance Group Organizes Charity Drive to Benefit Homeless Individuals and Families in Ohio

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An Ohio based insurance agency is tackling the problem of homelessness in the state by launching a community charity drive to fund homeless shelters

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Clermont County is home to 200,285 individuals with a 10.7% poverty rate, so it’s clear we can make a difference for our community, and by working together we can help all those in need

Rob Nicely, owner and managing agent of the Nicely Insurance Group in Amelia, Ohio, is releasing information on a charity drive now being undertaken by the firm to help alleviate the problem of homelessness by raising funds for local homeless shelters and food banks.

“Clermont County is home to 200,285 individuals with a 10.7% poverty rate, so it’s clear we can make a difference for our community, and by working together we can help all those in need,” said Nicely.

Community involvement will be crucial during this charity drive, and the Nicely Group is implementing an invitation system to guide donations. Anyone who invites a friend or family member into the Nicely Insurance Group for a no cost quote on insurance will receive a $20 donation to a local homeless shelter in their name, paid by the Nicely team.

Details on how to get involved in the charity initiative have been provided on this page: http://nicelyinsurancegroup.com/rewards/.

About Nicely Insurance Group

As a Personal Finance Representative in Amelia, agency owner Rob Nicely knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of Nicely Insurance Group are provided with an outstanding level of service. Rob and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. Nicely Insurance Group also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Nicely Insurance Group, visit http://nicelyinsurancegroup.com/ or call (513) 843-7770.

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