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Community Referral Program

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Community

REFERRAL PROGRAM

 

English Insurance Group appreciates your business!

If you're happy with our service, we're pleased to reward you and donate to a community nonprofit partner for each of your referrals.

As a local, family owned and operated agency, our team members appreciate the positive impact we can make on our community by giving back to organizations who work hard to improve the lives of our fellow neighbors.

Not only do you receive a gift card for yourself when you refer a friend to our agency, but you can also be a part of giving back to our community through our quarterly donations!   

With so many worthy organizations to support, we focus on four each year, and may rotate in new ones each year.

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Ask your family and friends to call, text, chat, or email us to carefully review their insurance coverages.

We'll provide your referral with a competitive quote, and thank you with a $20 gift card of your choice!

For each referral, we'll also donate $25 to a local nonprofit partner to help support our community

 

Community Nonprofit Partners

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CASA

Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children

washingtoncasa.org

 

MISSION

The Washington CASA Association supports and promotes court appointed volunteer advocacy so every child who has experienced abuse or neglect can be safe, have a permanent home, and the opportunity to thrive.

VISION

A world where every child who has experienced abuse or neglect is given the opportunity to thrive in a safe and loving home.

HISTORY

In 1977, a Seattle juvenile court judge was concerned that making drastic decisions with insufficient information conceived the idea of citizen volunteers speaking up for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the courtroom. That first CASA program has grown a network of more than 951 CASA and guardian ad litem programs that are recruiting, training and supporting volunteers in 49 states and the District of Columbia.

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Washington Business Week

Educating, Inspiring, and Impacting the Leaders of Tomorrow

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MISSION

Washington Business Week provides a dynamic real-world, immersive business experience that builds confidence, sense of purpose, and leadership.

VISION

Washington Business Week unleashes passion for entrepreneurship and leadership, empowering business teams of tomorrow.

ABOUT

Washington Business Week (WBW) creates a hands-on experiential environment to educate, empower and encourage a diverse population of high school students to recognize and achieve their potential. Business leaders, educators, high school students and community volunteers teach and inspire one another to be responsible employees, employers and citizens.

WBW’s programs place high school students in a dynamic simulation where they compete as industry professionals, sharpen communication skills, and face real-world challenges. With the guidance of a mentor from the business community, students gain a competitive edge in college preparation, workplace readiness, and overall life success. If you’re a current high school student (grade 9-12), this is the place to ignite your potential.

Week-long residential programs are held at university and college campuses in the summer and focus on the areas of business, healthcare, and technology. Business Week programs are also offered in eleven states and internationally in Poland and Italy. In-school programs are offered in rural areas throughout Washington state during the academic year including Centralia, Aberdeen, Omak/Okanagan, Hoqiuam and Willapa. At each program, students undertake hands-on projects providing them the opportunity to operate a business and create a new product.

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Clothes For Kids

Help Empower Students And Strengthen Families!

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VISION

Our vision is to empower students for success, one wardrobe at a time. We do this because supporting the students and future leaders of our community is the right thing to do.

 

Each school year, Clothes For Kids provides quality clothing for thousands of students in a retail store environment, where kids and teens can pick out their own clothes with their families. The only thing that is missing from our store is a cash register!

ABOUT

The Clothes For Kids organization is comprised of diverse volunteers dedicated to enhancing the dignity and quality of life in these children by conducting our affairs with:

  • Accountability

  • Integrity

  • Approachability

  • Compassion

  • Openness

  • Fairness

 

Our expertise and vision has led us to commit ourselves to meeting the supplemental clothing needs of all eligible children in a friendly, pleasant and responsive environment that nurtures the self esteem and enhances the learning and social experience of both parent and child.

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The NOAH Center

Northwest Organization for Animal Help

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MISSION

The NOAH Center is a nonprofit Animal Adoption Center and Spay & Neuter Clinic dedicated to stopping the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable, and treatable homeless cats and dogs through our adoption and low-cost spay/neuter programs.

HISTORY

In 1988, Northwest Organization for Animal Help first opened its doors at our original shelter location on Camano Island. For more than ten years our staff and volunteers worked diligently to help animals in the community. As the need for help grew in our own community and across Washington state, we knew we had to expand our resources to better serve our mission to save more animals. After years of serving animals in our local community, we expanded our horizon by adopting a new approach to our facility, programs and services. In 2003 we debuted our current location in Stanwood, WA where we introduced our expanded adoption and brand new transfer and low-cost spay/neuter programs. Since then we have created partnerships with more than 50 different shelters to transfer animals at risk of euthanasia to our facility for the second chance they deserve; we have developed the second highest volume spay/neuter clinic in Washington state; and we have continued to expand our efforts to ensure healthy, adoptable and treatable animals across Washington state and beyond are given a second chance.

The Fine Print Concerning Referral Programs in the Insurance Industry

Washington State law limits the maximum amount of money given to a person for referrals to $100 annually (see RCW 48.30.133 and WAC 284-17-825). Once this limit is reached, the excess funds from each referral will continue to be donated to one of our community nonprofit partners.

 

Questions?

Are you interested in our referral, affiliate, marketing, and partner programs? We'd love to chat!

 

Call us at (833) BIG-TREE / (425) 673-7948, or use our online form to request a quote.

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