McDyer Insurance Agencies Leads South Jersey Charity Campaign to Provide Assistance to Children with Cancer
An insurance provider serving the Medford region is working with a local nonprofit to provide supportive services to children battling cancer
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MEDFORD, N.J. (PRWEB) May 17, 2018
Michael J. McDyer, CEO and president of the McDyer Insurance Agencies in south Jersey, is announcing the launch of a charity drive that promises to provide supportive services to the families of children diagnosed with cancer. Proceeds generated during the charity campaign will be provided to Go4theGoal, a regional nonprofit that works with young children battling cancer.
“Having one’s child live happy and healthy life is all every parent wants, and our goal is to make sure that families facing these difficult circumstances know they are never alone on this difficult journey,” said McDyer.
The McDyer Insurance team will be implementing a recommendation system to help encourage donations from local residents. McDyer has pledged to make a $10 personal donation to the cause for each person referred into McDyer Insurance Agencies during the charity the campaign to receive a complimentary insurance analysis.
Further information is available here for readers who wish to support the event: https://mcdyerinsurance.com/rewards/.
About McDyer Insurance Agencies
As a Personal Insurance Representative in Medford, agency owner Michael J McDyer knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of McDyer Insurance Agencies are provided with an outstanding level of service. Michael and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important – family, home, car and more. McDyer Insurance Agencies also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at McDyer Insurance Agencies, visit https://mcdyerinsurance.com/ or call (609) 654-1426 in Medford or (856) 216-0088 in Cherry Hill.