When choosing AssuranceAmerica – as a customer or as a valued agency partner – you join a team committed to helping those in need in the communities where we operate. We provide support to some organizations financially, giving 5% of our profits to helping people transition from crisis into living healthy, stable lives. We provide support to all non-profit groups with time donated by our Associates, stepping in to help as volunteers where help is needed.
The areas we support broadly are Homelessness and Education, partnering with well-established 501 (c)(3) non-profit organizations with expertise in these areas.
Homelessness: This includes supporting tangential services often required to help individuals (and their families) avoid and get out of this situation, such as: behavioral health, temporary housing, safety from human trafficking, job readiness, addiction recovery.
Education: Given that many of our customers are Spanish speaking, we support skills development including learning English as second language.
We do this because we believe that helping others helps us all!
With 20 years of experience and 20,000 lives transformed, City of Refuge is a leader in the business of social transformation. As the one-stop shop for poverty relief, City of Refuge offers several programs such as medical care, job training, education, and school programs. All these innovative programs are offered in the safe and inviting 200,000+ sq. ft. warehouse space.
The mission at The Extension is to facilitate a transformation that empowers chemically dependent homeless men and women to become sober, accountable members of society and to serve as a recovery resource for the community.
LaAmistad, which simply means “the friendship,” is the premier organization serving Latinos in Atlanta. With a nurturing environment, rooted in a fundamental belief in the power of friendships and relationships, they foster academic excellence helping students, parents and families to achieve a better quality of life. Currently serving students online and in-person!
Since 2002, providing a network of collaborative partnerships to take a holistic approach to help address the chronic issues contributing to homelessness. From emergency assistance, to full recovery New Beginnings offers people trapped in addiction with basic needs (food, clothing & shelter), rehabilitation, life skills training, counseling, case management, adult education, employment assistance (assessment, training & placement) and permanent housing placement.
Founded in July 2004, the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (ICM) work to answer the unmet needs of the people living in isolated colonies in western Hidalgo County. They serve individuals and families whose lives are at or below the poverty level in this rural area where they are isolated from society's mainstream by language, poverty, and their immigrant status.
A group working to transform the lives of Dallas families by providing pathways to self-sufficiency with dignity and respect. With a team of compassionate staff and dedicated volunteers, they help families face critical life challenges including food insecurity, lack of education, economic instability, unemployment and underemployment. They provide individualized programming tackling these many issues that could lead to homelessness, and do so with compassionate staff and dedicated volunteers.
A United Way agency that serves women and children experiencing homelessness in Birmingham. Founded in 1985, this group has been empowering women and children on their path out of homelessness through hospitality, housing, and hope. Today, Pathways continues to offer a range of services through four programs: the Day Center, Safe Haven, Stepping Stones and Pathways Early Learning Center.
Since 1977, Sojourner Center has been a safe haven from domestic violence in Arizona, an issue that can lead to homelessness. They are successfully transforming lives by providing shelter and support services to adults and children affected by domestic violence.
“Meeting the Homeless Where They Are” is how this group approaches serving the Phoenix community. They mobilize volunteer teams to visit parks, homeless encampments and the streets seeking to connect with individuals that are in tough, disadvantaged situations. They provide counseling, assimilation, stabilization, and family reunification services in partnership with a host of other community organizations, helping people connect to the services they need to get their lives back on track.