Wilber-Price Insurance Group Launches Charity Drive to Benefit At-Risk Young People in Southern Ohio
A regional provider of insurance with multiple offices in Ohio is announcing a charity drive to fund programs for troubled youth
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LOVELAND, Ohio (PRWEB) December 15, 2017
John Wilber, managing member of the Wilber-Price Insurance Group, is sharing information regarding a charity drive taking place in southern Ohio with the goal of providing programs for local young people that instill positive civic values and encourage trapped teens to break free from cycles of crime and drugs.
This event will provide funds to BLOC Ministries and Horses on the Hills, two local nonprofits with programs designed to encourage young people to live positive lives. “We want to help ensure that young people in our community have access to programs that open their minds to new ideas while keeping them on the straight and narrow,” said Wilber.
The agency will be counting on the involvement of local families to help support this charity initiative. A referral program is in place, and for each person referred to the Wilber-Price Insurance Group for a no-cost insurance quote over the next few months, the firm will provide a donation to the cause.
More information on how to be part of the charity drive can be found on this page: http://wilberprice.com/rewards/.
About the Wilber-Price Insurance Group
As an agency owner in Loveland, John Wilber knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of the Wilber-Price Insurance Group are provided with an outstanding level of service. John and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. Wilber-Price Insurance Group also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Wilber-Price Insurance Group, visit http://wilberprice.com/ or call (513) 239-8610 in Loveland, (740) 774-1225 in Chillicothe, (740) 335-3232 in Washington Court House, or (740) 947-7545 in Waverly.