Insurance Office of America believes that social responsibility and corporate philanthropy are the cornerstones of a successful company and community. Our branches coast to coast are involved with local organizations and do their part to enrich their community and build lifelong partnerships. We have become successful because we have done our part for the communities we serve. Our external charitable endeavors include, but are not limited to: children, education, health and wellness, animals, social services, entrepreneurship, mentoring, financial empowerment and financial literacy.
Internally, we have the Helping Hands program officially started in February 2003, when a producer thought it would be a good idea to have a fund to assist employees who just needed a temporary “Helping Hand.” The IOA Pantry tied in with the Helping Hands program in 2006, where grocery store gift cards have been purchased and distributed to help with the purchase of food. It did not take long for several producers to speak up and authorized us to charge their Agent Expenses for a contribution ranging from $10.00 to over $100.00 a month to fund this program.
Learn more by contacting Debbie Gross.