Underprivileged Students in Cass County
According to the US Census Bureau, only one in four students in Missouri will graduate high school and move on to receive a degree from a four year college. Many of the students left behind come from low income families. Pritchett Insurance believes that education is the key to a happy and successful life, and we are launching a campaign to help provide students in Cass County with access to resources and support that will encourage them to stay in school and receive a degree.
Ambassadors for Educational Equality
A Regional Ambassadors for the #AgentsofChange initiative, Pritchett Insurance is working to improve outcomes for young people who need assistance in maximizing the power of their education. We will be supporting a series of local programs intended to empower underprivileged young people, provide strong community-based mentorship and guidance, and improve the flow of resources to families who require assistance in making sure that their child is able to finish school.
There are thousands of families in our area alone that need assistance, so we’re asking for help from other concerned members of our community.
How YOU Can Help!
We don’t need you to send us a donation. Instead, we’re asking you to send out an invitation to your friends and loved ones and encourage them to come and visit the Pritchett Insurance team so we can share our commitment to this cause. Afterward, we will provide them with a free insurance consultation, and then we will make a donation IN YOUR NAME to a local program that is actively involved in providing educational and mentorship support to young people in our area.
Let’s Make the Future Brighter!
Together, we can help create a brighter future for all the children in our community who might not otherwise be able to take advantage of the complete education they deserve. We hope you join us.
As #AgentsOfChange, we will donate $10 on your behalf to Harrisonville Head Start, an organization dedicated to helping their most vulnerable citizens, living in poverty! Head Start emphasizes children’s cognitive development, their social, emotional and physical development, and has a very strong parent involvement component. Today, 875,495 Missourians live below the federal poverty line. 275,711 […]
Analysis from the US Census Bureau reveals that only one in four Missouri high schoolers will a diploma from a four year college, and many of the students who fail to move to complete their education area from low income families. Pritchett Insurance believes that education should be provided equally to all children, regardless of […]