Providing support to local families and worthy organizations is exactly why we created our community enrichment program...neighbors helping neighbors is what we’re all about here. Our team believes in offering assistance wherever we can, to do our part...
Wasilla, AK (PRWEB) September 21, 2016
Devery Prince Insurance’s ongoing community involvement program has embraced the needs of local families in crisis since its inception. The latest campaign fundraises on behalf of the Denardi family, who are in financial straits due to the sudden, tragic death of their daughter. Readers wishing to help neighbors in need may make compassionate contributions at https://www.crowdrise.com/showing-love-to-a-mourning-family/fundraiser/deveryprince.
A senseless act of violence took Crystal Denardi away from her family earlier this year. In mourning and facing unforeseen expenses, Devery Prince has stepped up to rally support for her parents, Patricia and John. Last month, the agency held a fundraiser for Lisa and Timothy Toothaker, a local mother and son concurrently fighting cancer. Although burdened with both physical and financial challenges, the family has served as an inspiration to the entire community through their strength and positive handling of the situation. Prior campaigns this year have included a local man who sustained severe injuries in a plane crash and two nonprofit organizations: Covenant House, which provides refuge and essential services for the area’s youth and the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance on behalf of a local girl suffering from the disease.
“Providing support to local families and worthy organizations is exactly why we created our community enrichment program,” said Devery Prince, owner of Devery Prince Insurance. “After all, neighbors helping neighbors is what we’re all about here. Our team believes in offering assistance wherever we can, to do our part in building a stronger, more compassionate community.”
From their two offices in Wasilla and Anchorage, the Devery Prince team is hard at work promoting the initiative for the Denardi family through social media channels and an email and text message outreach campaign. They have also dedicated a full page of their vibrant community magazine, Our Hometown, to feature all the details. Current and archived issues of the monthly publication, which is delivered to thousands of households in surrounding areas, may be enjoyed at http://deveryprinceagency.com/magazines/.
The agency has made it easy for the community to throw support behind the Denardis by pledging to donate $10 to the cause for every person recommended for a quote. Readers who wish to have Devery Prince Insurance make a donation on their behalf, with no purchase necessary, may submit recommendations of friends and family members here http://deveryprinceagency.com/causes/showing-love-to-a-mourning-family/.
Devery Prince Insurance has made an ongoing commitment to positively impact the communities they serve by vigorously seeking out and supporting local worthy causes by introducing a new campaign every two months. Concerned community members are encouraged to submit information on groups, families or individuals in need of a helping hand to be considered for future initiatives at http://deveryprinceagency.com/submit-causes/. Readers interested in viewing past causes may visit http://deveryprinceagency.com/community/, and are invited to bookmark the page for future reference.
About Devery Prince Insurance
A full-service insurance firm serving families from offices in Anchorage and Wasilla, Devery Prince Insurance has one simple mission: to provide the finest insurance and financial services in the industry, while delivering consistently superior service. The primary focus of Prince and his team of dedicated professionals is to protect all the things which are most important to their clients (their families, homes, cars and more), and in helping to prepare long-term strategies to fulfill long-term financial goals. Their dedicated agents may be reached by calling 907-279-9000 (Anchorage) or 907-746-9000 (Wasilla). More information on the agency may be found at http://deveryprinceagency.com/.