Our team at Warren Insurance Group has made it our mission to do whatever we can to support those who need it most in our community. We’re proud to be Agents of Change, and as such, we have a strong desire to help local initiatives and people in need as much as we can. We’re proud to support the School of Hope at Second Baptist Church this quarter, and will assist them through our Community Cause program.

On August 29, 2017, The School of Hope began operations in empty spaces at the Second Baptist Church just off Person Street. Rob and Amy Sparks started the School of Hope with big dreams of teaching and guiding people with autism. They do so in memory of their beloved son, Jarred Sparks, who tragically passed away at age 19 in 2011.

As of this past July, the School of Hope has 45 students enrolled from kindergarten through post-high school. Throughout their seven classrooms, students engage in learning opportunities like art, music, as well as other academic subjects.

But, every day, they are forced to turn hopeful parents and students away because of their lack of space. This is why they aim to change lives through their campaign Hope 200 to raise money to build additional classrooms to serve and impact even more students.

Here’s the good news: You can help! Simply recommend your friends, family, and coworkers to us for a free insurance quote, and we’ll donate $10 for each one of them to help us further this inspiring mission! All funds raised will go directly to The School of Hope.

So, how many people do you know who would like to help local children with autism AND save money on their insurance at the same time?

To Make a Donation Directly CLICK HERE