Ackerman Insurance Team Unveils Charity Campaign to Assist Schoolchildren from Underprivileged Families

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An insurance firm in Hamilton is launching a charity drive to help provide for children from financially challenged families

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Meeting basic needs can make a huge impact on kids’ self-confidence. Ultimately, not having to worry about these things can help put their minds at ease and their focus back on academics

Brian Ackerman, CEO and founder of the Ackerman Insurance Team in Hamilton, is announcing the launch of a charity campaign the firm is undertaking to help provide clothing and basic necessities to underprivileged grade school children attending Hamilton City School District.

“Meeting basic needs can make a huge impact on kids’ self-confidence. Ultimately, not having to worry about these things can help put their minds at ease and their focus back on academics,” said Ackerman.

Ackerman and his team have also committed to making a $20 donation for each person who visits the Ackerman Insurance Team during the charity campaign to receive a no obligation insurance appraisal. There is no fee for the appraisal, and all donations will be paid directly by the firm.

More information on how to help support the Hamilton City School District charity campaign can be found here: http://ackermaninsuranceteam.com/rewards/.

About the Ackerman Insurance Team

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Hamilton, agency owner Brian Ackerman knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of the Ackerman Insurance Team are provided with an outstanding level of service. Brian and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. Ackerman Insurance also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at the Ackerman Insurance Team, visit http://ackermaninsuranceteam.com/ or call (513) 737-6253.

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