Big River Insurance Launches Charity Campaign to Provide Artistic Programs to Area Children

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An insurance firm serving northern Oregon is championing a charity initiative to fund art programs for schoolchildren

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Not all children learn or engage with learning in the same way, and I for one want to help children in our community explore new ways of learning and achieving their dreams

Rob LaVigne, owner and CEO of the Oregon-based Big River Insurance firm, is announcing the launch of a charity campaign intended to provide an educational and artistic outlet for school-aged children in the region. Funds raised during the campaign will be used for programs and resources will allow children the opportunity for creative expression.

“Not all children learn or engage with learning in the same way, and I for one want to help children in our community explore new ways of learning and achieving their dreams,” said LaVigne.

The Big River team is seeking funding assistance from the local community by encouraging residents to refer in friends and loved ones. For each person referred into Big River Insurance for a complimentary policy analysis, the firm will make a $10 donation toward art expression programs for young children.

Further information can be found on the following page for those interested in supporting the event directly: http://bigriverinsurance.com/rewards/.

About Big River Insurance

As a Personal Insurance Representative in The Dalles, agency owner Rob LaVigne knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of Big River Insurance are provided with an outstanding level of service. Rob and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. Big River Insurance also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Big River Insurance, visit http://bigriverinsurance.com/ or call (541) 296-0269.

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