Angie Hooten-Hughes Insurance Inaugurates Charity Program in the Memphis and Jackson, TN Region, and Debuts With a Community Food Drive
Angie Hooten-Hughes Insurance launches a local charity program in the Mid-South Region, around Memphis and Jackson, TN, to seek active support from the agency’s network of customers and business partners in helping the community. Its first campaign is a food drive, created to provide nourishment to local individuals and families in extreme need.
“We value the importance of helping those in need, so we jumped to the opportunity of bringing our community together to bring basic but essential provisions to those in extreme need"
Memphis and Jackson, TN– Angie Hooten-Hughes Insurance, with offices in Memphis and Jackson, TN, announced the debut of its charity program designed to benefit the local community. The agency will work closely with nonprofit organizations in the area, to nominate a new beneficiary every 30-60 days. The idea is to create a campaign to help the elected individual, family or programs with immediate support by bringing awareness to these very important causes.
To launch the new plan of community engagement, Angie Hooten-Hughes, the agency’s principal, has chosen to introduce the Mid-South Food Bank and their Operation Feed program. Their mission is to fight hunger through the efficient collection and distribution of wholesome food, and through education and advocacy. Operation Feed is a friendly competition held by the Mid-South Food Bank to bring local businesses together to see who can raise the most monetary and canned food donations.
Each new cause showcased by the agency will accompany a detailed full story about the elected cause on a designated donations page. To join Angie Hooten-Hughes Insurance in supporting the Mid-South Food Bank, donors are encouraged to visit http://www.gofundme.com/operationfeed and share the page with their friends and family through social media and email.
With the newly launched program, Angie Hooten-Hughes Insurance takes responsibility for promoting that donations page through its many channels, to include its own database of thousands of customers, business partners, staff, neighbors and friends.
The agency also owns a monthly publication, Our Hometown magazine, which reserves a full page to feature the campaign of the chosen cause. The electronic Flipbook version of the current issue of the magazine can be accessed here: http://angiehootenhughesinsurance.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_39.
“We value the importance of helping those in need, so we jumped to the opportunity of bringing our community together to bring basic but essential provisions to those in extreme need,” said Angie Hooten-Hughes, founder and President of Angie Hooten-Hughes Insurance. "Mid-South Food Bank is a great organization and we are thrilled to be part of Operation Feed.”
More information about the agency’s initiative and services can be found at http://angiehootenhughesinsurance.com/
About Angie Hooten-Hughes Insurance
Agency owner, Angie Hooten Hughes, comes from a family that has operated an Allstate Insurance Agency in the Memphis Metro area since 1971. They help people with insurance of most kinds, home insurance, auto insurance, renters insurance and much more. Their service oriented agency is owned and operated by their family. Angie’s team helps clients understand how the choices they make – such as the car they drive – affects their insurance rate. They are committed to helping people get the appropriate level of protection and make it easy to do business with Allstate.
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