Zabbia Insurance Agency Announces Goal of Raising $250,000 During Blood Cancer Charity Drive

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The President of a regional insurance provider in Massapequa is releasing information on an extended charity drive to raise money for blood cancer

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Together with our friends in the community, our team is committed to making a positive difference and working to bring us all one step closer to the cure

Robert Zabbia, President of the Massapequa-based Zabbia Insurance Agency, announced that the firm has formed Team Helping Hands, and plans to help raise $250,000 by May 31st. Donations will be used to fund research into treatments and potential cures for all forms of blood cancer.

Due to his ongoing efforts, Zabbia has been nominated for Man of the Year by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. “Together with our friends in the community, our team is committed to making a positive difference and working to bring us all one step closer to the cure,” said Zabbia.

The Zabbia team is inviting all New York area residents to be part of the charity drive by sending friends and family members into Zabbia Insurance for a no cost insurance analysis. For each person sent in, the firm will issue a $10 donation to help fight blood cancer.

More information on how to support the charity drive is available here: http://zabbiaagency.com/rewards/.

About Zabbia Insurance Agency

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Nassau County for nearly 20 years, agency owner Robert Zabbia knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of Zabbia Insurance Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. Robert and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important - family, home, car and more. Zabbia Insurance also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Zabbia Insurance Agency, visit http://www.zabbiaagency.com/ or call (516) 799-6900.

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