Wilber-Price Insurance Group Leads Loveland Area Charity Drive to Feed Underprivileged Families

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An insurance firm in Loveland is launching a charity drive to provide meals to hungry families in the region

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The Feed the Hungry Challenge helps restock our local pantry, and this effort is crucial to ensuring that registered families have access to nutritious food all year long

John Wilber, principal agent of the Loveland-based Wilber-Price Insurance Group, is working with local volunteers in a charity drive to help provide meals to families in the region struggling with food insecurity. Funds raised throughout the event will be provided to the Loveland InterFaith Effort (L.I.F.E) in support of the Feed The Hungry Challenge.

“The Feed the Hungry Challenge helps restock our local pantry, and this effort is crucial to ensuring that registered families have access to nutritious food all year long,” said Wilber.

The Wilber team is also asking residents to help publicize the charity drive by inviting friends or family members into Wilber-Price Insurance for a complimentary insurance assessment. Wilber has pledged to make a $20 contribution to the pantry for each person invited into the firm.

More information on how to help generate support for the charity drive is available here: http://wilberprice.com/rewards/.

About the Wilber-Price Insurance Group

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Loveland, agency owner John Wilber knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of the Wilber-Price Insurance Group are provided with an outstanding level of service. John and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. Wilber-Price Insurance Group also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Wilber-Price Insurance Group, visit http://wilberprice.com/ or call (513) 239-8610 in Loveland, (740) 774-1225 in Chillicothe, (740) 335-3232 in Washington Court House, or (740) 947-7545 in Waverly.

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