We feel honored to aid their mission to...eradicate hunger in our area. We hope that in addition to giving generously of their dollars, people will drop food donations by our offices for distribution to those who would otherwise not have enough to eat.
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 03, 2016
Batten Insurance Services has unveiled a new charity campaign in their ongoing community involvement program serving the families of greater West Palm Beach, FL, by designing a two-fold initiative created to combat hunger in the area. Batten Insurance will be collecting food donations at their offices for distribution to local food banks, while all monetary contributions will go to United Way of Palm Beach County. Compassionate community members who wish to join this inspiring campaign may now donate here: https://www.crowdrise.com/fighting-hunger-feeding-hope1/fundraiser/annmariebatten.
United Way of Palm Beach County has been the leading local charity dedicated to identifying and addressing critical community issues impacting lives for 85 years. From working to increase graduation rates, supporting literacy and financial independence, to promoting healthy lifestyles and ending hunger, their mission is to create change which will last for generations. Their programs to fight hunger on a local level are the specific focus of Batten Insurance’s current Community Cause campaign; a cause which owner Ann-Marie Batten and her staff believe in passionately.
“It’s so heartwarming to see the selfless love and support for struggling families which can be found at United Way,” said Batten. “We feel honored to aid their mission to serve those in need, and in particular, their mission to eradicate hunger in our area. We hope that in addition to giving generously of their dollars, people will drop food donations by our offices for distribution to those who would otherwise not have enough to eat.”
Utilizing its own resources and seeking the help of its vast network of customers and business partners, Batten Insurance marches on to ensure customers, friends, family and neighbors are always in good hands. Social media and an email awareness campaign will be used to help the agency’s caring team to spread the word about the campaign for United Way. They have also featured the cause in their monthly magazine, Our Hometown, which is delivered to thousands of households in the West Palm Beach metro area. The electronic Flipbook version of the current issue may be viewed here: http://www.battenins.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_39.
Supporting their latest Community Cause has never been easier, as Batten Insurance has pledged to donate $10 to
United Way for each and every recommendation they receive for an insurance quote, with no purchase necessary. Readers who would like to view the campaign, recommend a friend, find the address to drop off food or donate to United Way Palm Beach County may do so here: http://www.battenins.com/Fighting-Hunger-Feeding-Hope_18_community_cause.
The agency recently launched their master charity program, promising to choose a new local organization, family or individual person every two months to receive support. To review past campaigns, please visit: http://www.battenins.com/community-cause. Further information about Batten Insurance Services and United Way of Palm Beach County are available at http://www.battenins.com/ and http://www.unitedwaypbc.org/.
About Batten Insurance Services
A full-service insurance provider serving the families of coastal Florida from offices in West Palm Beach, Batten Insurance is committed to bringing local people an agency which understands their needs. Ann-Marie Batten and her team of dedicated professionals work with carriers to assemble a variety of products and services which will best ensure their clients’ peace of mind. From all of the products a typical consumer needs (home, auto, boat, ATV, etc.), to preparing strategies enabling clients to achieve long-term financial goals, Batten Insurance delivers consistently superior service. Their caring experts may be reached by calling 561-627-1806.