HPM Insurance Supports Boys & Girls Club

Written by April Weismann on 07/07/2016 10:03 AM in Agency News.

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HPM Insurance was honored to donate $7500, on behalf of its clients, to The Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley (SVBGC) to help fund the purchase of a new van.  The donation was made as the SVBGC had a need to improve the safety and reliability of the club's transportation program for the children participating in the organization's many activities.

"It might seem like an obvious statement but corporate partners are absolutely vital to a nonprofit organization like the Boys and Girls Club of Souhegan Valley.  Their support is especially meaningful to us when our values align so closely," said Susan Taylor, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley.  "HPM Insurance is just that partner as we are both committed to protecting what matters most to us.  Our thanks to HPM Insurance for keeping our youth members safe."

HPM president and CEO, Lyle Fulkerson, wanted to work with the Boys & Girls Club because such organizations play a vital role in the success children and hence our community.  "The success of any community is only as strong as the success of its children given they are our future," said Fulkerson.  "This is why organizations like The Boys & Girls Club are so important.  We are happy to be able to return some of the goodwill the Club provides our community on a daily basis."

HPM Insurance, Contemporary Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, the Stuart S. Draper Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and Granite Bank were the four businesses that participated in this effort.

The employees of HPM Insurance believe strongly in supporting the local communities where they have conducted business since 1860.  For generations, the agency has protected businesses and families with personal attention to the client's needs.  For more information about HPM Insurance, please contact Lyle Fulkerson at 603-673-1201, lyle@HPMinsurance.com or visit www.HPMinsurance.com.

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