Lundquist Insurance Agency Fundraises for Victims of Hurricane Harvey

We refuse to leave our community stranded. We know how devastating disaster can be and we want to do our best to restrict Harvey’s damage by aiding those in need.

Lundquist Insurance Agency, a full-service insurance and financial planning provider serving families and businesses from offices in Dallas and Irving, TX, has announced the latest beneficiary of their recently launched community involvement program. The agency is raising funds toward the rebuilding of homes – and lives – annihilated by Hurricane Harvey. The sheer size and ferocity of the storm and the population of the area affected make it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history, with an estimated $160 billion in damage. Donations for relief are now being accepted here.

It’s been 56 years since a hurricane made landfall in Texas, and Hurricane Harvey was a storm of epic proportions and one for the record books. The statistics are staggering, but the human toll is what most concerns the team at Lundquist Insurance. Harvey left 450,000 of their neighbors in need of some sort of assistance. People’s most immediate needs of shelter, food, water and other supplies will not be resolved quickly, and the necessity of ongoing aid is essential to recovery.

“We refuse to leave our community stranded,” said Vickie Lundquist, owner of Lundquist Insurance Agency. “We know how devastating disaster can be and we want to do our best to restrict Harvey’s damage by aiding those in need.”

The company is putting its money where its mouth is, with an innovative program designed so that those who wish to help Harvey’s victims need not even reach into their own pockets to do so. The agency has pledged to donate a whopping $25 to help rebuild the communities of southeast Texas for each and every referral they receive for an insurance quotation, with no purchase necessary. To recommend family and friends for no-obligation quotations, simply visit

Meanwhile, the caring team at Lundquist Insurance is hard at work promoting the initiative through a dynamic social media and email outreach campaign in hopes of reaching as much of the compassionate community as possible. They…

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