Assisting California Schoolchildren from Low Income Families
Educational outcomes in California are in question, especially for low income families. At present, California trails far behind the national average in the number of children who graduate from high school and receive a diploma. To compound the problem, one in five children under 18 in California lives below the poverty line.
To combat these growing problems, Pinnacle One Insurance Services is launching a campaign to provide educational support and mentorship to low income children in the greater San Jose area.
Ambassadors for Equalized Education
Pinnacle One Insurance Services is now officially a Regional Ambassador for the #AgentsofChange network in the California Bay Area. Our goals during this campaign will be to provide area children with access to scholastic resources and materials, to sponsor summer and after school programs that keep children engaged, and to establish tutoring and academic mentoring program to encourage young people to complete their education.
Thousands of children in San Jose alone need assistance, and we can’t reach all of them without your support.
Be Part of the Campaign!
The most important way to be part of this campaign is by referring your loved ones, neighbors, and co-workers into their nearest Pinnacle One Insurance Services office. While they’re here, we can provide them with more information on this campaign, as well as a free insurance consultation. And when they leave, we will issue a contribution IN YOUR NAME to a program or agency in your area that provides direct assistance to schoolchildren from low income families.
Providing Children with a Clear Path
This is our chance to work together and help provide all the children in our community with a clear path toward a happy, successful like. We hope you join us, and we look forward to working with you.
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