Community Cause

Empowering Children in North Carolina

Children in North Carolina are falling behind. According to recent data, several children in North Carolina lack resources to live a normal healthy live.

Our children deserve better, and Insurance of the Carolinas is leading a campaign to help improve living conditions for children in our communities.

Ambassadors for Excellence

Insurance of the Carolinas is now a recognized Regional Ambassador for the #AgentsofChange group here in North Carolina. Our primary focus during this campaign will be to empower programs and agencies that provide support to children, improve access to basic supplies, and offer guidance and mentorship that encourage young people to finish thrive.

We can’t hope to do this alone, and we need your help.

Help us Share our Message

The most important thing you can do to help is allow us to share our message with other people in your community. When you invite a friend or loved one into your nearest Insurance of the Carolinas office, we can provide them with a free insurance consultation along with more information on this campaign. For each person you invite, we will make a donation IN YOUR NAME to a regional agency or program that provides assistance to children in your area.

Working Together for Local Children

This campaign gives us a chance to work together in making sure that our children are provided with the very best. Please join us, and let’s make sure our children have everything they need to succeed in life.

Sincerely,

Jeff Lawver

Insurance of the Carolinas

Encouraging Our Kids to Stay in School
December 18, 2018

We are so hopeful to be able to fund some of the relief needed by children to encourage them to stay in school! The lack of education is a problem because it can significantly limit a personal development starting at a short age. We want to bring them hope and relief. In North Carolina alone, […]

Insurance of the Carolinas Joins Agents Of Change Movement
February 27, 2015

Educational outcomes for schoolchildren in North Carolina are declining. Compared to the national average, North Carolina is facing shortfalls in both the number of children who graduate high school and the number of young people who receive a four year degree. Insurance of the Carolinas is leading a statewide campaign to provide assistance to children. […]

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