Browns Insurance Kicks Off July Charity Drive to Promote Breast Cancer Awareness in the Greater Washington DC Region

We here at Browns Insurance believe our agency shouldn’t stand on the sidelines. For this reason we are vested in generating contributions for breast cancer treatments and research

Browns Insurance, a family owned firm that provides communities in the Baltimore/DC region with asset protection and financial planning services, is launching a summer long charity event to help promote breast cancer awareness and gather donations for ongoing research.

U.S. Breast Cancer Statistics reveal that some 252,000 new cases of potentially deadly breast cancer will be diagnosed over the next year. Many of these new breast cancer cases will be far less dangerous if the patients are provided with accurate, up to date information on preventative techniques, such as self-exams and regular mammograms.

“We here at Browns Insurance believe our agency shouldn’t stand on the sidelines. For this reason we are vested in generating contributions for breast cancer treatments and research,” states Stefan Smallwood, the agency principal and executive director of Browns Insurance.

By building a network of social media and email connections, Smallwood and his team are building relationships with local health care providers, educators, and families in an effort to promote breast cancer awareness. The firm will also be producing a full length article discussing the ongoing charity event for immediate release in a new edition of the agency’s online magazine “Our Hometown”: http://www.brownsins.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_39.

Browns Insurance is no stranger to charity drives – as members of the interstate charity support coalition “Agents of Change,” the firm has actively assisted half a dozen charitable organizations and nonprofit foundations over the last twelve months. Going forward, the firm plans to continue supporting regional charities regularly.

For those who want to learn more about the Browns Insurance charity event to promote breast cancer awareness in the Baltimore/DC region, Smallwood and his team have provided additional information on the following page: http://www.brownsins.com/Supporting-Breast-Cancer-Awareness_17_community_cause. A full list of charity events hosted by Smallwood and the Browns Insurance team in the past can be…

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