Oak Park Insurance Agency Announces Charity Campaign to Assist Chicago Area Children in Need

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A Chicago area insurance provider is working with local community leaders in a charity drive to provide support to underprivileged families facing homelessness

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When our community works together, we can all have a positive impact on our children’s lives and help build a brighter future for them

Gary Longstein, founder and CEO of Chicago area insurance provider Oak Park Insurance Agency, is leading a grassroots charity effort to benefit underprivileged children. All proceeds generated during this event will be used to fund programs offered by the Hephzibah Children’s Association, a nonprofit that has been working in support of local children since 1897.

“When our community works together, we can all have a positive impact on our children’s lives and help build a brighter future for them,” said Longstein.

Longstein and the Oak Park team are seeking community support by way of an invitation program the firm is implementing in conjunction with the charity drive. Longstein has pledged to issue a $10 donation to Hephzibah in the name of anyone who invites a friend or loved one into Oak Park Insurance for a complimentary insurance analysis.

Further details on supporting this charity drive can be accessed from this page: http://oakparkins.com/rewards/.

About Oak Park Insurance Agency

As a Personal Insurance Representative in Oak Park, agency owner Gary Longstein knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of Oak Park Insurance Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. Gary and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. Oak Park Insurance Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Oak Park Insurance Agency, visit http://oakparkins.com/ or call (708) 919-5190.

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