Young Asset Protection Releases Update on Charity Drive to Fund Programs for Pennsylvania Youth

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An insurance firm serving the Pittsburg region is releasing information regarding a charity drive to provide for area youth

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We’ve worked hard to get the word out about the youth programs offered by the Sarah Heinz House, and we’re grateful for all the support and encouragement we’ve received from families in the Pittsburg community

Megan Young, CEO and founder of Young Asset Protection in Pittsburg, recently offered an update on a charity drive she and her firm launched to fund youth programs through regional nonprofit Sarah Heinz House. Since launch, the team has taken an active role in promoting the charity drive through online and social media channels.

“We’ve worked hard to get the word out about the youth programs offered by the Sarah Heinz House, and we’re grateful for all the support and encouragement we’ve received from families in the Pittsburg community,” said Young.

Young and her team are local representatives of the “Agents of Change” charity support network, and have already announced plans to work with more local charities in the months to come. Any readers who wish to suggest a charitable cause for the Young team to support can do so from the following page: http://youngassetprotection.com/rewards/.

About Young Asset Protection

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Pennsylvania, agency owner Megan Young knows many local families. Her knowledge and understanding of the people in her community helps provide customers with an outstanding level of service. Megan and her team look forward to helping families protect the things that are important - family, home, car and more. They can also help clients prepare a strategy to achieve their financial goals. To contact an expert at Young Asset Protection, visit http://youngassetprotection.com/ or call (412) 851-1377.

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