(PRYOR, OK) – Matching donations from Troyer-Weaver Insurance Agency and their partner, MutualAid eXchange (“MAX”) Insurance were given to Women’s Outreach of Hope, AKA Hope House. Women’s Outreach of Hope helps women who have had a past of drug addiction and have completed a recovery program get their lives back together and begin working to be productive citizens in their community.  The matching grants will help pay for operating expenses, whether it is groceries, utilities or other expenses for Hope House.

Ken Weaver heads Troyer-Weaver Insurance Agency.  “I learned about Hope House from Reckless Saints of Nowhere,” Weaver said.  “These funds will aid women to reclaim their families and lives. The Hope House program includes Bible studies, employment preparation, and other community resources. Our agency is pleased to partner with MAX Insurance® and its Agent Community Grant program to make these gifts possible.”

Troyer-Weaver Insurance Agency is an independent insurance agency representing MAX Insurance® in Pryor 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 Troyer-Weaver Insurance and support Women’s Outreach of Hope in their community.  We think that’s the way insurance should be.”

For more information:
Ken Weaver
Troyer-Weaver Insurance Agency
20 N. Vann Street
Pryor, OK  74361

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


Photo:  Melissa Jan Jones, Ken Weaver and Toni Yorke. Melissa and Toni help run the daily operations of Hope House.