Saunders Insurance Agency Community Referral Program
Your referrals mean the world to us. We work hard to earn each referral with great service and appreciation for your business. As our way of saying thank you, we’re kicking off our new “Help Our Community” referral program. We love supporting the charitable efforts in our community, so we’ve tied referrals and charitable giving together. Here’s how it works:
Each time we receive a referral from you we will make a $10 donation to our Charity of the Year.
What qualifies as a referral? A referral is when we are contacted for a quote from someone saying you referred them to us.
- For every referral we receive we will donate $10 to the local charity of the year.
- That’s it. The person you refer doesn’t have to purchase a policy from us if we’re not competitive for your referral to count. There are many worthy charitable organizations in our community. Help us help them.
A HEART LIKE AVA: Charity of the Year, 2018
The Charity of the Year for 2018 is A Heart Like Ava, 501(c)(3) non-profit charity committed to honoring the life of six month old Ava Mae Lasseter, who lost her battle with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) on May 23, 2014. The mission of A Heart Like Ava is to provide support for other families of children fighting CHD, to spread CHD awareness, and to help fund CHD research. Since November 2014, A Heart Like Ava has donated $7,450 to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Heart Institute Research Center.
- A Heart Like Ava
- PO Box 1220
- Gallipolis, OH 45631
Congenital heart defects are abnormalities in the structure of the heart which are present at birth. 1 in 110 babies are born with some type of CHD, making it the #1 birth defect. CHD's are the #1 cause of birth defect related deaths. About 40,000 babies are born with a CHD every year in the United States. Thousands of those will not survive to their first birthday. There are more than forty different types of CHD's. In most cases, the cause of CHD's are unknown. THERE IS NO KNOWN PREVENTION OR CURE FOR CHD'S.??