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TRAVERSE CITY, MICH. — Regina Premil, Owner of Brightway, The Secor Family Agency, has launched a Brightway Gives Back campaign to contribute to a fundraiser hosted by a local non-profit in Traverse City. The Agency has committed to donating $10 for every insurance quote they provide this month to The Father Fred Foundation to go toward its Back to School Shoes for Kids fundraiser, where every $25 donated buys two pairs of shoes for students.
“Father Fred is a local organization that has been helping families in our community and surrounding counties for more than 30 years, and we’re ecstatic to launch our Brightway Gives Back campaign to assist them with their very important initiative to buy new shoes for school-age children in need,” said Premil.
She continued, “To make a donation, just call us at 231-252-0909 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a free insurance quote for your home, car or any other coverage you may need, and we’ll contribute $10 to Father Fred’s Back to School Shoes for Kids fundraiser on your behalf.”
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About The Father Fred Foundation
Since 1989, The Father Fred Foundation has been helping individuals and families with their essential immediate needs; nourishing food on the table, keeping heat and lights on, needed work shoes, children's boots and clothing, or a table or bed when the necessities of home are unaffordable. Above all, the non-profit organization works to nurture hope when all else seems hopeless. What we have is given free of charge to those in need. We serve our five local counties (Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Kalkaska), and we welcome all individuals. Every week a dedicated team of volunteers and a small staff are the hands and hearts of Father Fred. To learn more or donate directly, visit FatherFred.org.