Old Savannah Tackles Child Abuse with a Fundraising Campaign in Support of Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center

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Old Savannah Insurance Agency furthers their commitment to the betterment of their community by introducing a new charity campaign to fundraise for Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center, a nonprofit organization which coordinates available services in an effort to make the judicial system more humane and responsive to victims of child abuse. Always keeping the child’s best interests in mind, crisis intervention and a variety of long-term supportive services are provided at no cost to children and non-offending family members, helping all to work toward healthy, happy futures.

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Our Community Program is all about neighbors helping neighbors, and keeping kids safe and helping them to work through the pain toward a healthy, happy future is an honor.

Old Savannah Insurance Agency has revealed the latest campaign in their ‘Agents of Change’ movement benefitting the people of greater Savannah. The newest initiative supports Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center and local victims of child abuse. Donations to this worthy cause may now be made at http://www.ccac-savannah.org/make_a_donation.aspx.

Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center (CCAC) is a private, nonprofit organization providing safe, confidential, child-friendly investigative and therapeutic services to victims of child abuse since 1992. They strive to make the system more humane and responsive to the needs of victimized children by effectively coordinating services which meet the child’s best interests. All services are free and include crisis intervention, individual counseling, non-offending family member support, long-term therapy and support groups. CCAC maintains an extensive library of materials, as well as providing the community with education and professional training on the issue of child abuse.

“CCAC is such a vital resource for kids who have faced unimaginable situations,” said James Grusheski, owner of Old Savannah. “Our Community Program is all about neighbors helping neighbors, and keeping kids safe and helping them to work through the pain toward a healthy, happy future is an honor. Our hope is that in this season of love and giving, the community rallies behind these children and CCAC.”

The caring team at Old Savannah is busy mobilizing support for CCAC through a dynamic social media and email awareness campaign. They have also featured the initiative in their vibrant community magazine, which is delivered to thousands of households in and around Savannah every month. Helping customers and friends to ‘live well and thrive’, the electronic version of current and archived issues of Our Hometown may be enjoyed at http://www.oldsavannahinsuranceagency.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_41.

The agency has pledged to donate $10 to Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center for each and every referral they receive for an insurance quote for the duration of the campaign, once again demonstrating their passion for strengthening their community. Readers who would like to have a donation made on their behalf may recommend friends and family members for a no-obligation quotation here.

Old Savannah has promised to support a new worthy community cause every two months and has invited concerned community members to suggest ideas for future campaigns by visiting http://www.oldsavannahinsuranceagency.com/Submit-A-Community-Cause-Idea_45. To keep tabs on past and future initiatives, readers may bookmark http://www.oldsavannahinsuranceagency.com/community-cause.

About Old Savannah Insurance Agency

A full-service firm serving Georgia’s families from offices in Savannah, Old Savannah has one simple mission: to provide the finest insurance and financial products in the industry while delivering consistently superior service. James Grusheski 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. The agency has made an ongoing commitment to positively impact the community they serve by vigorously seeking out and supporting local worthy causes. More information on the agency may be found at http://www.oldsavannahinsuranceagency.com/ and a caring expert may be reached by calling 912-352-7620.

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