Althea Johnson Agency Partners with DogAbility Center to Assist Local People in Need of Therapy

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Althea Johnson Agency, a full-service insurance provider serving families of greater Long Island with a robust community enrichment program, initiates a new charity campaign to support DogAbility Center. DogAbility is a nonprofit organization which uses certified activity therapy dogs to better people’s lives with specially tailored one-on-one activity programs benefitting children and adults of all abilities.

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DogAbility’s ‘Fear of Dogs’ program is of particular interest to us...So many people suffer a terror of dogs that affects their everyday lives. We appreciate all that DogAbility does to help folks dispel these debilitating fears..

Althea Johnson Agency, a full-service insurance provider serving the families of Long Island, has announced the latest beneficiary of their thriving community involvement program. The new campaign fundraises in support of DogAbility Center, a nonprofit organization which uses therapy dogs to provide education, recreation, socialization, inspiration and comfort. Readers who would like to make a donation in support of this worthy organization may do so at https://www.crowdrise.com/spreading-more-love-toward-our-canine-friends1/fundraiser/altheajohnson.

DogAbility Center gives the community of Long Island a unique opportunity to visit and engage with therapy canines on a one-on-one basis. Their specialized programs offer a variety of fun activities with certified activity therapy dogs for adults and children both with and without special needs. Skilled handlers afford stimulation, encouragement and entertainment, bettering the lives of participants in multiple ways.

“DogAbility’s ‘Fear of Dogs’ program is of particular interest to us,” said Althea Johnson, owner of Althea Johnson Agency. “So many people suffer a terror of dogs that affects their everyday lives. We appreciate all that DogAbility does to help folks dispel these debilitating fears by getting acclimated to their friendly, helpful therapy dogs.”

The agency’s team is hard at work promoting the campaign through a variety of channels, including shining a spotlight on DogAbility in this month’s issue of their community magazine. Our Hometown is a vibrant print and digital publication which is delivered to thousands of households on Long Island every month. Current and past issues may be enjoyed here http://www.ajagency.net/Our-Hometown-Magazine_39.

Althea Johnson Agency is so passionate about their community cause that they have pledged to donate $10 for each and every referral they receive for an insurance quote for the duration of the campaign. Readers wishing to pitch in and have the agency make a donation in their name may recommend friends and family for no-obligation quotations at http://www.ajagency.net/Spreading-More-Love-Toward-Our-Canine-Friends--_15_community_cause.

The company’s innovative Community Program chooses a new local organization, family or individual every two months to receive their support. To stay in the loop on what’s happening in the community by keeping tabs on past and future causes, readers are encouraged to bookmark http://www.ajagency.net/community-cause.

About Althea Johnson Agency

Serving Long Island’s families from offices in Hicksville, award-winning Althea Johnson Agency has a simple mission: to provide the finest insurance and financial services in the industry, while delivering consistently superior service. Johnson and her team of dedicated 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 success and security. The agency has made an ongoing commitment to positively impact the communities it serves by vigorously seeking out and supporting local worthy causes. Their caring experts may be reached by calling 516-933-3636. More information on the agency may be found by visiting http://www.ajagency.net/.

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