Taylor Agency created “On the Go” Meal Kits for families at the Ronald McDonald House-Charleston. Bags were decorated with festive fall images in hopes of offering a smile or two. Kits were delivered on Wednesday, Oct 3rd. (Left to Right: Kelly Fields, Molly Graham, Linda Lee, Amber Roberson, and Kim Taylor from our Daniel Island Office.)
Rise and shine! It’s breakfast time! A few of our Taylor Agency team members woke up early and went to make breakfast for the families at the Ronald McDonald House in downtown Charleston. They made breakfast quiche with smiles all around. The Ronald McDonald House is a “home-away-from-home” where families stay while their children undergo extensive medical treatment. They have houses all over the country. We were glad we could contribute to their great cause. Bon appétit!
Taylor Agency had the pleasure of sponsoring one of the soccer teams from the City of Charleston Recreation Department. They had their first game this past weekend and did such a great job!
Pictured are Macy Jones and Ali Wheeler all ready to go play some soccer. Also pictured are their coaches (and fathers) Jonathan Jones and Billy Wheeler.
Way to go, team!
It’s that time of the year again! The Girl Scout cookie campaign reached the folks at Taylor Agency. Office staff felt compelled to support this amazing organization whose mission is to “…build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.” Taylor Agency also got to indulge on some yummy treats. It was a win-win in our book!
Partnering with Johnson & Johnson’s 2017 Food Drive, 20 insurance agencies participated and gave an astounding 6066 pounds of food to help their local communities. That was 3,461 pounds over 2016’s donation! As a participant, Taylor Agency was able to donate 820.9 pounds with 417 pounds coming from Charleston Personal Lines office.
The 15th annual Trident United Way’s Day of Caring merges hundreds of nonprofit agencies with thousands of volunteers all on one day to improve our tri-county community. Taylor Agency volunteered with Reading Partners on a project called “The Most Magnificent Thing” at Angel Oak Elementary, Mitchell Elementary, and Bonner Elementary. Reading Partners provides reading and literacy support to ensure students read at grade level by fourth grade. This year’s book, “The Most Magnificent Thing”, teaches the benefits of perseverance.