Continuing its mission to positively impact the local community, The Tedesco Agency selects another organization to help through their Community Cause Program. Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center will receive the funds raised by the agency with the help of its customers and business partners, and the donated money goes towards a fund for new uniforms for the organization’s young clients.

Plano, TX (PRWEB) June 17, 2016

The Tedesco Agency is launching a new charity campaign and will direct its fundraising efforts to help victims of child abuse with the help of Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center. The raised funds from the campaign will be used to purchase school uniforms for the organization’s young clients who will be going back to school this fall. To directly donate to the drive, visit http://www.dcac.org/donate.

The agency’s principal, Jake Tedesco, is proud of the continuing success of the Community Cause Program, and hopes the newest campaign will take off. “We have previously raised funds for various organizations in our area, and have even held rally days where the staff and customers work hard to meet the campaign goal in one day,” Tedesco informs.

The campaign for new school uniforms for the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center’s clients is close to Tedesco’s heart. “As a father, I know how important sending children to school is. However, some parents struggle with being able to purchase new clothes for their children. Our agency is trying to help in any way we can, and to work together with the Children’s Advocacy Center to give the young clients new uniforms is something we look forward to working on this summer,” Jake Tedesco says.

Through the agency’s network of customers, business partners, friends, staff and family, the initiative to spread the word about the need for new uniforms will also bring awareness about child abuse and the work that Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center does for these young victims who often don’t have a voice. The Tedesco Agency will employ its resources and reach out to the community so that the $500 goal can be met. The campaign will be promoted over the course of this summer through the agency’s social media channels, as well as through their monthly magazine, delivered to households in the local area. Our Hometown magazine reserves a full page to feature to the campaign. The electronic Flipbook version of the current issue can be accessed here: http://www.thetedescoagency.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_39.

The Community Program held by The Tedesco Agency will continue to highlight and support people in need in their community. Every 60 days, a new campaign will be launched, in collaboration with local non-profits and community members. Anyone who knows of a family, a person or an organization in need of some help can submit the details through the agency’s website for consideration as the next cause beneficiary. The form can be found at http://www.thetedescoagency.com/Add-Community-Cause_53. More information regarding past campaigns supported by The Tedesco Agency can be found at http://www.thetedescoagency.com/community-cause.

About The Tedesco Agency

As a Personal Finance Representative in Texas, agency owner Jake Tedesco knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community helps provide customers with an outstanding level of service. Jake and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are important - family, home, car and more. They can also help clients prepare a strategy to achieve their financial goals. To contact an expert at The Tedesco Agency, call (972) 985-5515.

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