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Hometown Helpers, Neighbors In Your Community!

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A safe home to raise a family… this is a key part of the American Dream. Hometown Insurance Agency President, Rebecca Weber & Executive Vice President, Eric Keiffert and their team have a strong belief in this dream. Recently, the Hometown Insurance Agency and Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) team spent a day volunteering their time and the agencies co-sponsored a home build for Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk.

The recipients of Habitat for Humanity homes are required to complete sweat equity as part of their home buying commitment. This means you can often meet the families on job sites swinging a hammer alongside the many volunteers. We were lucky enough to work side by side with the soon-to-be homeowners and help them raise the first wall of their new home. By the end of our work day the major walls were in place and smiles were on every face.

Share your gifts with your community and consider volunteering for Habitat for Humanity or some other worthy cause, you will not regret it!

Call Hometown Insurance Agency at 1-800-568- SAVE (7283) or email service@hometowninsurance.com to reach any of our fabulous team! We can offer competitive quotes for business, personal, life & health insurance needs.

Jay DiPalma, Commercial Account Executive, measuring twice to cut once!

Jay DiPalma, Commercial Account Executive, measuring twice to cut once!

James Small, Commercial Account Executive Dan Lukasiewic, Director of Digital Media Emily Zurl, Director of Creative Media Giving back to our community!

James Small, Commercial Account Executive
Dan Lukasiewic, Director of Digital Media
Emily Zurl, Director of Creative Media
Giving back to our community!

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