Leipsic Community Center gets $4,000 grant


Bethany Haynes from Westfield Insurance Co, Cammie Flores from UIS Insurance & Investments, Erin Nuveman and Kristen Pickens from the Leipsic Community Center.

Bethany Haynes from Westfield Insurance Co, Cammie Flores from UIS Insurance & Investments, Erin Nuveman and Kristen Pickens from the Leipsic Community Center.


LEIPSIC — The Leipsic Community Center recently received a $4,000 grant from UIS Insurance and Investments and Westfield Insurance Foundation as a part of the Westfield Legacy of Caring program.

The purpose of the Legacy of Caring program is to invest in communities, help impact disaster recovery, family stability or safety and programs that invest in attracting and developing talent to insurance as a career.

“At UIS Insurance & Investments, it is our responsibility to be a good neighbor and do our part to help strengthen the communities we call home,” said Cammie Flores, an agent for UIS, in a news release. “We are proud of our collaboration with Westfield and the collective impact to critically important initiatives that are essential to so many people in our own backyard.”

Bethany Haynes from Westfield Insurance Co, Cammie Flores from UIS Insurance & Investments, Erin Nuveman and Kristen Pickens from the Leipsic Community Center.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/06/web1_Leipsic.jpgBethany Haynes from Westfield Insurance Co, Cammie Flores from UIS Insurance & Investments, Erin Nuveman and Kristen Pickens from the Leipsic Community Center.

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