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Noto Insurance Advisors Leads Central Jersey Charity Campaign to Assist Children in Crisis

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An insurance provider serving the Lawrenceville area is leading a local charity effort to support children in crisis

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. (PRWEB) August 11, 2018

John Noto, CEO and founder of the Jersey-based Noto Insurance Advisors, is announcing the launch of a regional charity drive to provide assistance to children in the area suffering from traumatic experiences. Funds raised will be used to support the Bag Project, a regional initiative that provides an age-appropriate rucksack filled with basic necessities, toys, and comfort items for young children and teens that are facing a crisis or in transition.

"Every child deserves a bit of peace and comfort, especially during tumultuous times, and our goal is to help smooth the road for children in our local community who are facing difficult life experiences," said Noto.

The Noto team is utilizing an invitation and rewards system to help foster community involvement in the campaign. Noto himself has pledged to make a $10 donation toward the Bag Project in the name of anyone who refers a friend, loved one, or co-worker into Noto Insurance for a complimentary policy consultation.

Additional information on how to help generate publicity for the ongoing charity drive is provided here: http://notoinsuranceadvisors.com/rewards/.

About Noto Insurance Advisors

The team at Noto Insurance Advisors is committed to offering the best insurance and financial services in the industry. In addition to providing clients with top-notch protection, coverage, and advice, Noto Insurance Advisors actively assists the local community by investing time and resources into charity campaigns directed at improving the quality of life of residents throughout New Jersey. A helpful Noto Insurance Advisors representative can reached at (609) 895-8450.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: https://www.prweb.com/releases/noto_insurance_advisors_leads_central_jersey_charity_campaign_to_assist_children_in_crisis/prweb15683069.htm

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