Chris Humphrey Insurance Agency Continues Community Enrichment Program by Supporting The Partnership for Children of Lenoir and Greene Counties

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Chris Humphrey Insurance Agency has refreshed their recent charity campaign for The Partnership for Children of Lenoir and Greene Counties, a nonprofit organization which offers area families vital resources to help local children prepare for educational success and future leadership in the community.

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There can be no higher calling than to prepare our young people to become tomorrow’s leaders by equipping them for academic success. After all, children are the cornerstone of any strong community.

Chris Humphrey Insurance Agency’s community involvement program once again embraces the back-to-school mindset as they unveil their latest charity campaign. Re-booting their previous initiative for The Partnership for Children of Lenoir and Greene Counties (TPFC), the agency hopes to continue providing vital resources enabling academic success for local kids. Readers who would like to contribute to this worthy cause may visit https://www.crowdrise.com/helping-todays-children-to-become-tomorrows-leaders.

TPFC strives to provide the community with future leaders by nurturing and supporting children and families’ academic pursuits. They work with parents on developmentally appropriate parenting skills, partner with child care facilities to meet the highest quality standards and provide opportunities for educational enrichment from pre-kindergarten and beyond. TPFC’s innovative programs and services impact children throughout Lenoir and Greene counties.

“Supporting grassroots causes such as TPFC is exactly why we created our community enrichment program,” said Chris Humphrey Insurance, owner of Chris Humphrey Insurance Agency. “There can be no higher calling than to prepare our young people to become tomorrow’s leaders by equipping them for academic success. After all, children are the cornerstone of any strong community.”

From their two offices in Kinston and Goldsboro, the Humphrey team is hard at work promoting the initiative through social media channels and an email outreach campaign. They have also dedicated a full page of their vibrant community magazine, Our Hometown, to feature all the details. The current and archived issues of the monthly publication, which is delivered to thousands of households throughout the area, may be enjoyed at http://chrishumphreyinsurance.com/magazines/.

The agency has made it easy for the community to throw support behind TPFC by pledging to donate $10 to the cause for every person recommended for a no-obligation insurance quotation. Readers who wish to have Chris Humphrey Insurance make a donation in their name may submit recommendations of friends and family members here http://chrishumphreyinsurance.com/rewards/, and earn a $10 gift card for themselves with the agency’s Reward Program.

Chris Humphrey Insurance Agency has made an ongoing commitment to positively impact the communities they serve by vigorously seeking out and supporting local worthy causes with a new campaign every two months. Readers interested in viewing past community causes may visit http://chrishumphreyinsurance.com/community/, and are invited to bookmark the page for future reference.

About Chris Humphrey Insurance Agency

A full service, award-winning firm serving the families of North Carolina from offices in Kinston and Goldsboro, Chris Humphrey Insurance has one simple mission: to provide the finest insurance and financial products in the industry while delivering consistently superior service. Chris and his dedicated team of caring professionals focus on helping clients to protect the things which are most important to them (their families, homes, cars and more) and on developing strategies to fulfill long-term financial goals. Their experts may be reached by calling 919-736-3434 (Goldsboro) and 252-527-3666 (Kinston). More information on the agency may be found by visiting http://chrishumphreyinsurance.com/.

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