ECIS Insurance Services Leads Southern California Charity Drive to Benefit Families of Hospitalized Children

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An insurance provider in San Diego County is working with a local nonprofit to provide assistance to families of hospitalized children

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Being a mother myself, I can’t imagine what these families must go through. Our agency is committed to providing both support and care needed during these trying times

Sarah Barkley, owner and director of ECIS Insurance Services in San Diego, is announcing the launch of a charity drive to help provide relief to the families of children receiving critical medical care in regional medical centers. Donations gathered during the drive will be provided to the nonprofit Scarlet’s Kids Foundation.

“Being a mother myself, I can’t imagine what these families must go through. Our agency is committed to providing both support and care needed during these trying times,” said Barkley.

Barkley and her team are actively reaching out to all San Diego residents to help build support for the charity drive by initiating an invitation program to guide donations. For each person referred into ECIS Insurance Services to receive a complimentary insurance appraisal, the firm will make a $10 donation to Scarlet’s Kids.

Details on other ways to help generate support for the charity drive can be found here: http://ecisinsurance.com/rewards/.

About ECIS Insurance Services

As a Personal Insurance Representative in El Cajon, agency owner Sarah Barkley knows many local families. Her knowledge and understanding of the people in her community ensures that clients of ECIS Insurance Services are provided with an outstanding level of service. Sarah and her team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. ECIS Insurance also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at ECIS Insurance Services, visit http://ecisinsurance.com/ or call (619) 440-2600.

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