There are many ways we can get involved, help children with autism, and learn from them every day
Hurricane, WV (PRWEB) October 19, 2017
West Virginia Insurance Group, a Huntington area firm provide insurance, financial planning, and related services to communities in the Tri-State area, is embarking on a joint charity drive with Bright Futures Learning Services to provide support and assistance to children along the full spectrum of autism.
Bright Futures Learning Services offers a broad range of programs designed to help children with autism and their families learn together. Programs provided are centered on four crucial building blocks: communication, social skills, self-help, and conceptual/academic pursuits, and all program sets are tailored to the individual needs of each participating family.
“There are many ways we can get involved, help children with autism, and learn from them every day,” explains Keefe Duterte, the founder and chief executive of West Virginia Insurance Group.
Duterte and his team are reaching out to local families, associates, friends, and educational professionals over email and social media channels in an effort to promote the three month long charity event benefitting Bright Futures Learning Services. Additional publicity for the event is planned in the form of a cover article set to be released in the newest issue of “Our Hometown,” a Huntington area online magazine published by the Duterte team: http://wvinsurancegroup.com/magazines.
This is only the first of many charity events planned by the West Virginia Insurance Group as part of their ongoing mission to support the national Agents of Change charity assistance coalition. Over the months to come, Duterte and his team will be selecting and working with new charitable causes in West Virginia on a quarterly basis.
Readers that want to join the West Virginia Insurance Group and Bright Futures Learning Services in the charity drive to assist local children with autism are encouraged to make a positive effort to support the cause by visiting this page: http://wvinsurancegroup.com/causes/embracing-amazing-children-autism/. Additional information on future charity drives hosted by the West Virginia Insurance Group will be made available in the firm’s Community Causes archive: http://wvinsurancegroup.com/community/.
About West Virginia Insurance Group
As a Personal Financial Representative in Hurricane, agency owner Keefe Duterte knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community help provide customers with an outstanding level of service. Keefe and the West Virginia Insurance Group 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 efficiently achieve their ultimate financial goals. To contact a helpful expert at West Virginia Insurance Group, visit http://wvinsurancegroup.com/ or call (304) 397-8676.