Erlanger Agency continues their mission to operate as Agents of Change in their community by revealing the latest group to benefit from their ongoing community enrichment program in the greater Columbus area. The newest phase features a fundraiser in support of Ohio Women’s Refuge, which provides faith-based services to victims of sexual trafficking and exploitation.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) June 16, 2016
Erlanger Agency launches another charity campaign as part of their ongoing community involvement program serving the metro Columbus area. Partnering with Ohio Women’s Refuge, the local insurance agency is focusing their efforts on helping victims of sexual trafficking and exploitation. Donations from the compassionate community are now being accepted at: https://www.crowdrise.com/safe-haven-for-slaved-women/fundraiser/boberlanger.
Ohio Women’s Refuge is a faith-based nonprofit organization which was founded in 2013 as a way to offer a new beginning for women leaving the sex industry. Guests live and work together for a minimum of three months, during which time they focus on physical and emotional health, spiritual growth, education and life skills, all at no cost. Dedicated staff and volunteers guide and mentor guests in the development a life plan which addresses each woman’s own unique challenges, and then partners with local resources to provide a wide variety of services which will further the accomplishment those future goals.
“This cause is very dear to my team,” stated Bob Erlanger, owner of Erlanger Agency. “We feel both obligated and privileged to help those in our community who are living with the daily struggles of sexual exploitation. We hope the whole community rallies behind these women and Ohio Women’s Refuge by donating generously to our campaign.”
Erlanger Agency desires to bring about greater awareness and support for Ohio Women’s Refuge by marshaling their own network of personal and professional contacts from their two area locations to help spread the word about the campaign. The agency’s caring team has set a fundraising goal of $500, and has pledged to donate $10 for each and every recommendation they receive for an insurance quote, with no purchase necessary. Readers who wish to join Erlanger Agency’s efforts to provide for sexually exploited women may visit http://www.erlangeragency.com/Safe-Haven-For-Slaved-Women_15_community_cause to recommend a friend and/or make a personal donation, and are asked to share the page with their own family, friends, neighbors and business contacts.
The agency has also featured the initiative in their monthly magazine, which is delivered to thousands of households in the greater Columbus metro area. The electronic Flipbook version of the current issue of Our Hometown magazine may be viewed here: http://www.erlangeragency.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_46.
Erlanger Agency’s ongoing Community Program will continue to highlight and support people in need in the local community, promising to debut a new campaign every two to three months. Readers who wish to suggest ideas for future campaigns may do so here: http://www.erlangeragency.com/Add-Community-Cause_45. To learn about past causes supported by the agency and keep to tabs on future causes, please bookmark: http://www.erlangeragency.com/community-cause. More information on Erlanger Agency may be found at: http://www.erlangeragency.com/.
About Erlanger Agency
A full-service insurance firm serving the families of metro Columbus from offices in Clintonville and Worthington, award-winning Bob Erlanger and his team of dedicated professionals have one simple mission: to provide the finest insurance and financial products in the industry, while delivering consistently superior service. Their focus is on helping families protect the things which are most important to them (their families, homes, cars and more), while developing strategies to achieve long-term financial goals. The caring agents at Erlanger Agency may be reached by calling 614-451-6600 (Clintonville) or 614-349-4499 (Worthington).
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