Robertson Insurance Associates Collaborates with the Autism Society of Northern Virginia on Fundraising Campaign

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Robertson Insurance Associates unveils the latest group to benefit from their ongoing community enrichment program serving the families of greater Gainesville, VA. The new phase features a charity drive in support of the Autism Society of Northern Virginia on behalf of local families dealing with the challenges of autism.

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The struggles local families face when a loved one is on the autism spectrum can make them feel very alone. ASNV shows them they’re not – and we’re happy to help however we can.

Robertson Insurance Associates debuts the latest charity campaign in its recognized community enrichment program in Gainesville, VA by announcing their intent to direct efforts in raising awareness and funds for the Autism Society of Northern Virginia. Readers who wish to support local families dealing with the challenges of autism may now contribute at:

The Autism Society of Northern Virginia (ASNV) is proud to have served the community for almost 50 years. One of more than 100 chapters across the country, the ASNV works towards a day when no one will have to walk the autism journey alone by building community for over 5000 individuals and families in the region. Focusing on education, advocacy and support, popular programs include a life skills program for autistic adults by autistic adults, low-cost family social events and an assistive technology program which provides tablets and training to families. Most autism therapies and services are not covered by insurance; therefore, the ASNV provides reimbursement to families for autism-related expenses through their mini-grant program. Over $500,000 in financial assistance has been provided to area families over the last 10 years.

“Making our community better and stronger is the ultimate goal of our Community Program,” said Rick Robertson, owner of Robertson Insurance Associates. “The struggles local families face when a loved one is on the autism spectrum can make them feel very alone. ASNV shows them they’re not – and we’re happy to help however we can.”

The caring team at Robertson Insurance has set a fundraising goal of $500, with the agency itself pledging to donate $10 to the cause for every recommendation they receive for an insurance quote, with no purchase necessary. To view the campaign, recommend a friend and/or make a personal donation, readers may visit:, and are encouraged to share the page with other concerned members of the community.

Many avenues will be used to promote the initiative for ASNV, including featuring the campaign in the agency’s monthly magazine, Our Hometown, which is delivered to thousands of households in Gainesville and surrounding areas. The electronic Flipbook version of the current issue is available here:

Robertson Insurance’s community involvement program will continue to support people in need in the local community by launching a new campaign every two months. To submit information on groups, families or individuals to be considered for future initiatives, please visit: Those selected will be contacted by a representative of the agency’s Community Program. To learn about past campaigns, see: More information on the agency is available here:

About Robertson Insurance Associates

Serving the families of northern Virginia from offices in Gainesville, Robertson Insurance is a locally owned and operated, full service agency whose mission is simple: to provide the finest insurance and financial services in the industry, while delivering consistently superior service. Rick Robertson and his team of caring professionals believe in protecting all the things which are most important to their clients (their families, homes, cars and more), and in helping to prepare long-term strategies to enable financial security and success. The dedicated experts at Robertson Insurance may be reached by calling 571-248-6464.

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