Young Asset Protection and the Homeless Children’s Education Fund Launch Joint Charity Effort to Provide Underprivileged Youth with Educational Assistance

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Young Asset Protection, a full service insurance company serving the greater Pittsburg area, is joining forces with the Homeless Children’s Education Fund in an effort to provide underprivileged children in the local community with improved educational outcomes

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Every child in our community has the right to a public education, and we’re working with HCEF to make sure none of our children fall through the cracks.

Young Asset Protection, a locally owned insurance firm serving communities in and around Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, is announcing a cooperative charity initiative with the Homeless Children’s Education Fund with the aim of providing local underprivileged youth with access to quality education.

The Homeless Children’s Education Fund works with homeless and underprivileged children in Allegheny County to assist them in taking advantage of opportunities for learning outside of the school system as a way to support and improve their education and development.

The HCEF reports that the average marginal cost to support a homeless child in Pennsylvania is over $35,000, while the average marginal cost of a homed child is less than $7,000. Absent any assistance, homeless children have a 60% chance of dropping out of education due to hunger and lack of stability.

“Every child in our community has the right to a public education, and we’re working with HCEF to make sure none of our children fall through the cracks,” explains Megan Young, owner and manager of Young Asset Protection. “If we’re going to break the cycle of homelessness, it all starts with ensuring that all of our children receive proper education.”

Young and her team are actively contacting friends, neighbors, community members, and business associates to advocate for the importance of universal schooling and to raise funds that will go to the Homeless Children’s Education Fund. The team is also constructing an online social media portal in the hopes of gathering additional support from communities outside the Pittsburg area.

As well as assisting the Homeless Children’s Education Fund, Young Asset Protection has committed to assisting a new local cause or charity every 30-60 days as part of an ongoing community involvement program.

Those who wish to assist Young and her team as they advocate and raise donations for the Homeless Children’s Education Fund are encouraged to visit the Young Asset Protection website and make a personal contribution to the cause from this page:’t-Mean-Hopeless_14_community_cause. Those who wish to research the other local causes and charities supported by Young Asset Protection now and in the future are invited to bookmark their Community Causes page, located here:

About Young Asset Protection

As a Personal Finance Representative in Pennsylvania, agency owner, Megan Young knows many local families. Her knowledge and understanding of the people in his 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, call (412) 851.1377.

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