(PLATTE, SD) – Fidelity Agency has supported Bright Beginnings Learning Center for several years through donations of snacks, beef, toys, and volunteer time and this year they are excited to partner with MAX Insurance® in giving a $2,000 grant.  The grant will be used to purchase improved educational curriculum for the preschool, toddlers, and tiny tots age groups.

Elizabeth Nepodal is an agent at Fidelity Agency and enjoys volunteering at Bright Beginnings Learning Center.  After learning about the MAX Agent Community Grant Program, she and her colleagues chose the childcare and preschool facility to be a recipient.  “I have loved giving my time wherever it was needed,” Nepodal said.  “From reading to the kids, to hanging up Christmas lights each year, I enjoy helping Bright Beginnings Learning Center’s children and staff and I am thrilled to partner with MAX Insurance® to further support this organization that is dear to my heart.”

Fidelity Agency is an independent insurance agency representing MAX Insurance® in Platte and surrounding areas.  MAX Insurance®, based in Overland Park, KS, is a unique fair, faithful and socially responsible insurance enterprise.  Founded on religious principles, the company’s mission is to restore wholeness to communities and individuals in need.  It lives out its mission through a variety of quality, fairly-priced insurance products, outstanding personalized customer service, and its unique Mutual Aid Ministries program.

“MAX is more than an insurance company.  We truly care beyond the contract,” said David Wine, President and Chief Executive Officer.  “That’s why we are excited to partner with Fidelity Agency and help support Bright Beginnings Learning Center in their community.”

For more information:

Fidelity Agency
Elizabeth Nepodal
501 Main Street
Platte, SD 57369
email  elizabethnepodal@ffb-sd.com
phone (605) 337-3352
website www.ffb-sd.com/insurance

MAX Insurance® and Mutual Aid Ministries, visit www.maxinsurance.com.

Photo:  Elizabeth Nepodal, an agent at Fidelity Agency in Platte with the Bright Beginnings Learning Center students.


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