The Jim Shortridge Agency Launches Charity Drive to Reduce Homelessness in Central Oklahoma

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An Oklahoma City insurance and financial planning agency is organizing a community charity event to help reduce homelessness in the region

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From cleaning kennels and walking dogs to helping answering phones and process adoptions, this organization has been able to achieve an amazing 100% adoption rate for their fostered pets

Jim Shortridge, founder and principal agent of the Oklahoma-based Jim Shortridge Agency, is releasing details on a charity drive his firm is launching to help provide homes to orphaned, abused, and neglected pets in the region. Proceeds from this event will be gifted to the OK chapter of the Humane Society.

“From cleaning kennels and walking dogs to helping answering phones and process adoptions, this organization has been able to achieve an amazing 100% adoption rate for their fostered pets,” said Shortridge.

Residents in the Oklahoma City area are encouraged to take an active role in the charity drive by referring loved ones, friends, or co-workers into the Jim Shortridge Agency for a complimentary insurance consultation. For each person who visits, Shortridge will issue a $10 donation to the Humane Society.

Readers that wish to know more about how to support this charity campaign are invited to follow this link: http://jimshortridgeagency.com/rewards/.

About the Jim Shortridge Agency

As a Personal Finance Representative in Oklahoma City, agency owner Jim Shortridge knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of the Jim Shortridge Agency are provided with an outstanding level of service. Jim and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. The Jim Shortridge Agency also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at the Jim Shortridge Agency, visit http://jimshortridgeagency.com/ or call (405) 843-0811.

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