Nationwide® Private Client and United Valley of Arizona Donate $5,0000 to St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance has received a $5,000 Partners in Giving donation from Nationwide® Private Client in honor of United Valley of Arizona. The money will help provide compassionate care to those in need.

Private Client is Nationwide’s personal lines carrier focused on the affluent market. Its appointed independent agents are offered an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others with charitable donations in their local communities through the Partners in Giving program.

“People care deeply about organizations with a social mission, and are more likely to support businesses that share their commitment to making a difference,” says Molly Rondeau, distribution, sales and marketing executive. “Partners in Giving enables Private Client agents to direct donations to one of the charity organizations we support, with an emphasis on strengthening our communities and improving people’s lives.”

“The member agencies of United Valley of Arizona are committed to our clients and our community. That is why we are very excited to partner with Nationwide, one of our key carrier partners, to support St. Mary’s Food Bank,” says Paul Cyr, chairman, United Valley of Arizona.

“St. Mary’s distributes enough food to provide thousands of meals to the hungry of Arizona every day. Each donated dollar allows us to put seven meals on the table,” says Jerry Brown, director of public relations, St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. “We are appreciative of this donation that will bring more than 30,000 meals to those who deal with food insecurity on a daily basis.”

To date, $35,000 has been donated to four organizations in Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois and Washington through the Private Client Partners in Giving program. Nationwide has committed an additional $220,000 in Partners in Giving charitable donations for distribution throughout 2015 and 2016.

Author: UVIS — Published: Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Posted In: Agency Strategies

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