SE Chapter Supports Boys & Girls Club of Central Alabama

As part of the 2017 PLUS Foundation Chapter Charity program, the PLUS Southeast Chapter presented a check for $3,500 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Alabama at the organization’s September board meeting.

Clay Segrest of CRC Insurance Services presented the check to Barbara Finch Thomas, Board Chair and Leisa Smith, President and CEO, both of whom were very grateful.

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PLUS Foundation Gives $50,000 to Hurricane Relief

In partnership with the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) and on behalf of the industry as a whole, PLUS Foundation announces a $50,000 donation for hurricane relief.

Residents in Texas and Florida, as well as service organizations in those areas, are reeling from the devastation caused by hurricanes Harvey and Irma.  PLUS Foundation, continuing a tradition of support in the aftermath of natural disasters, authorized grants to the United Way of Greater Houston Relief Fund and the United Way of Florida Hurricane Irma Relief Fund to aid in recovery efforts. These organizations and relief funds were selected because of the way in which they engage local leaders in identifying the greatest unmet needs and fund a broad range of services in the impacted areas. Additionally, as established charitable organizations they will remain as cornerstones of the community through the entire disaster recovery process.

If you have been meaning to give but have not yet done so, you can do so directly knowing that 100% of your donation will go to the most important needs.

PLUS Foundation is able to respond to events like hurricanes Harvey and Irma, as well as prior hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, because of all the support we receive from PLUS members and corporate donors.  We are pleased to reflect the generosity of the professional liability insurance community.

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New England Chapter Volunteers at Kennedy Greenway Conservancy

The PLUS New England Chapter Charity held its 2017 volunteer activity last week in downtown Boston. Chapter members Emmeline Kuo, Colin Quirk, Tina Housman, David Curtin, Laura Bange Stephens, Christopher Lynch, and Jeff Carney spent the afternoon tending to a section of the Rose Kennedy Greenway.

Great job!