ProVest Insurance Group Introduces a New Charity Campaign to Raise Funds Single Mother Battling Breast Cancer

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ProVest Insurance Group once again demonstrates their commitment to operate as Agents of Change in their community by introducing a new charity campaign to fundraise for Erin, a single mother of two who is fighting breast cancer. Facing a double mastectomy and extensive chemotherapy, Erin will be unable to work for a prolonged period of time, and she needs help to keep her family financially afloat.

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We couldn’t be happier to support Erin and her family during this difficult time. These good people need help with expenses now, and we hope the whole community will rally behind them during this crisis.

ProVest Insurance Group reveals another remarkable charity campaign in their effort to support local families with an ongoing community enrichment program serving Parkland and surrounding communities in Florida. The latest initiative supports Erin, a single mother of two who is battling breast cancer. Donations for the struggling family are now being accepted at:,

Erin was just recently diagnosed with breast cancer and faces a double mastectomy with extensive chemotherapy. Unfortunately, treatments will leave her body weak and unable to go to work, lest germs derail her recovery. Although Erin will be out of work for a prolonged period of time, she is a single mother and sole support of two beautiful children, ages 4 and 14. Mounting medical expenses coupled with the everyday expenses involved in raising two kids, feeding them and keeping a roof over their head, has caused undue stress at a time when Erin most needs to concentrate on her journey to recovery. As an Allstate benefits specialist, Erin’s life is filled with giving to others, and remains in good spirits despite her untenable situation.

Jay Adkins, owner of ProVest Insurance Group, attested, “We couldn’t be happier to support Erin and her family during this difficult time. These good people need help with expenses now, and we hope the whole community will rally behind them during this crisis.”

Passionately committed to strengthening their community by helping one person at a time, the agency itself has pledged to donate $10 to Erin for each and every recommendation they receive for an insurance quote, with no purchase necessary. Readers wishing to view the campaign, recommend friends and/or make a personal donation may do so here.

The dedicated team at ProVest is busy mobilizing support for the cause through social media and an email and text message awareness campaign. They have also featured the initiative in their monthly magazine, which is delivered to thousands of households in the greater Parkland area. Helping customers and friends to ‘live well and thrive’, the electronic Flipbook version of the new issue of Our Hometown may be viewed here:

ProVest has pledged to support a new local cause every two months, and invites concerned community members to submit ideas for future campaigns by visiting: To keep tabs on past and future initiatives, readers may bookmark: To learn more about the agency, please go to:

About ProVest Insurance Group

Award-winning ProVest Insurance Group is a full service firm with agencies serving families in North Carolina, Florida and Texas. Their mission is simple: to provide the finest insurance and financial services in the industry, while delivering consistently superior service. Jay Adkins and his team of caring professionals believe in protecting all the things which are most important to their customers (their families, homes, cars and more), and in helping to prepare long-term strategies to enable their financial success. The agency has made an ongoing commitment to positively impact the communities they serve by vigorously seeking out and supporting local worthy causes. Their dedicated experts may be reached by calling 855-298-7427.

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Natalia Tate
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