Alliant National is thankful and proud to donate to an impactful organization that provides food and hope for new beginnings.
Staying within budget while exceeding expectations is a challenge for all event planners. But Alliant National’s Office of Fun & Festivities’ (OFF) members Julie Murphy and Rebecca Wenzel faced additional challenges while planning Alliant National’s holiday party: how to tie a meaningful contribution to our community into our holiday festivities.
After deliberating and researching viable options, the OFF team decided the holiday party would include hosting a food drive with proceeds going to Thrive Food Bank.
“We chose Thrive Food Bank because it serves a local, high-need population and is a well-organized food bank with a consistent positive impact on the local community,” Rebecca said.
The Claims Department recently paired up with the Ronald McDonald House Charities as part of their annual campaign to give back.
Ronald McDonald House Charities provides support to children and their families at hospitals worldwide by providing a place to stay, and home-cooked meals, at little or no cost.
This service allows families to focus on the health and healing of their child, instead of having to worry about groceries, shopping, cleaning and cooking.
The Claims Team paid a visit to the Ronald McDonald house in Orlando and prepared a home cooked meal of tacos with all the fixins.
Alliant National’s Jeff Stein and Mark Szenas recently presented at the 2018 Florida Agency Network Staff Seminar in Tampa, Florida.
Because we don’t compete with our agents, “ZERO is the number of direct operations or agencies owned by ANTIC in the entire nation,” said Jeff Stein, Alliant National Southeast Regional Counsel and Senior Vice President.