Stephanie Hebert Insurance Agency Announces Charity Drive in Support of the Terrebonne Veterans Shelter

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Stephanie Hebert Insurance Agency, serving families of the Bayou Region with their ongoing community involvement program, is heading a fundraiser for the Terrebonne Veterans Shelter. The shelter provides local veterans with basic needs and supportive services for a brighter future.

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We so admire the work the Terrebonne Veterans Shelter does on behalf of the local heroes to whom we owe our freedom. We believe that helping those in need is an essential basis for building a stronger future for our community.

Stephanie Hebert Insurance Agency announces a new fundraising initiative as part of their ongoing campaign of community involvement and enrichment. The latest campaign strives to provide awareness and funds for the Terrebonne Veterans Shelter on behalf of all area veterans. Readers wishing to help our local heroes rebuild their lives may now contribute to the campaign at: https://www.crowdrise.com/support-our-heroes-who-gave-us-freedom/fundraiser/stephaniehebert.

Terrebonne Veterans Shelter provides much needed supportive services to assist local veterans who need assistance to get back on their feet. First they address the most basic human needs: residence in the shelter which provides a safe place to stay, nutritious hot meals, and appropriate clothing. Next, volunteers help residents to solve their individual problems, focusing on important issues such as healthcare, education, legal issues, education and permanent housing. Finally, they work on goal setting for a better future, including providing assistance in finding gainful employment.

“We so admire the work the Terrebonne Veterans Shelter does on behalf of the local heroes to whom we owe our freedom,” said Stephanie Hebert, owner of Stephanie Hebert Insurance Agency. “We believe that helping those in need is an essential basis for building a stronger future for our community. The Terrebonne Veterans Shelter is an integral part of accomplishing that.”

In addition to promoting the campaign to gather donations, the agency will also contribute $10 to the cause for every person recommended to them for an insurance quote, with no purchase necessary. This makes it easy for everyone in the community to pitch in and help veterans in need. To view the campaign, recommend a friend or family member and/or make a personal donation, readers may visit: http://www.stephaniehebert.com/Support-Our-Heroes-Who-Gave-Us-Freedom_24_community_cause.

From their offices in Houma, the agency’s caring team is busy mobilizing support for the shelter through social media and an email awareness campaign. They have also dedicated a full page of their monthly magazine to feature all the details of this very worthy cause. The current issue of Our Hometown magazine may be viewed here: http://www.stephaniehebert.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_43.

In order to fulfill their commitment to operate as Agents of Change in the community, Stephanie Hebert Insurance has pledged to support a new local cause every two months. Readers wishing to submit ideas for future initiatives may do so through this link: http://www.stephaniehebert.com/Submit-A-Community-Cause-Idea_48. Information on past campaigns may be found at: http://www.stephaniehebert.com/community-cause. To learn more about the agency, please visit: http://www.stephaniehebert.com/.

About Stephanie Hebert Insurance Agency

Serving the families of southern Louisiana from offices in Houma, Stephanie Hebert Insurance is an award-winning, full service insurance firm. Stephanie and her team of caring professionals have one simple mission: to provide the finest insurance and financial products in the industry, while delivering consistently superior service. They focus on helping families protect the things which are most important to them (their families, homes, cars and more), while developing strategies to achieve long-term financial goals. Their dedicated agents may be reached by calling 985-872-0201.

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