The Berger Agency Launches Charity Drive to Benefit Homeless Families in New Mexico

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A New Mexico firm is announcing a charity drive to help transition homeless families in the Rio Rancho area into permanent housing

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The Barrett Foundation has become a beacon of hope for those who have walked through its doors and our agency is proud to support their efforts

Jalene Berger, founder and principal agent of the Berger Agency in Rio Rancho, is releasing information on a charity drive to help end the cycle of homelessness faced by many families in the region. Donations gathered during the charity event will be provided to the Barrett Foundation, a local nonprofit that helps provide emergency shelter and housing services to families in crisis.

“The Barrett Foundation has become a beacon of hope for those who have walked through its doors and our agency is proud to support their efforts,” said Berger.

The Berger Agency is asking all Rio Rancho residents to get involved directly in the charity event, and will be basing donations on the number of people referred into the firm for no cost quotes on insurance policies. For every referral received, the firm will issue a 10$ donation to the Barrett Foundation.

Additional details on how to support the charity drive can be found here: http://thebergeragency.com/rewards/.

About the Berger Agency

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Rio Rancho, agency owner Jalene Berger knows many local families. Her knowledge and understanding of the people in her community ensures that clients of the Berger Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. Jalene and her team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. The Berger Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at the Berger Agency, visit http://thebergeragency.com/ or call (505) 891-1780.

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