1st Source Insurance presents $15,000 donation to the United Way of St. Joseph County

The United Way of St. Joseph County received a grant from Westfield Insurance Foundation thanks to the help of 1st Source Insurance. The grant is part of the new Westfield Legacy of Caring program in which Westfield independent agents across the country can nominate a local nonprofit in the areas of disaster relief, insurance pathways, family stability or safety.
 
“1st Source Insurance and its employees are proud members of the Michiana community.  Our collaboration with Westfield allows us to further our citizenship efforts and impact in critically important initiatives,” said Chris Strafford, President of
1st Source Insurance.
 
“Thanks to the generous donation from Westfield Insurance Foundation, we will be able to increase our efforts toward providing the 2-1-1 Emergency Help Line, a service that connects callers to a community resource specialist who puts them in touch with local organizations. These organizations provide vital services that can improve and even save lives,” said Matt Harrington, President and CEO of the United Way of St. Joseph County.
 
“We value our partnerships with our independent insurance agencies. Giving back to our agents’ communities in support of these key areas is an extension of the fundamental role insurance plays every day in stabilizing families, businesses and communities,” said Westfield Insurance President and CEO and Westfield Insurance Foundation Chairman, Ed Largent.
 
The United Way of St. Joseph County is one of 30 nonprofit agencies nationwide to receive a total of $330,000 in donations from the Westfield Legacy of Caring program.    
 
Photo caption: 1st Source Insurance presents the $15,000 donation to Matt Harrington, President and CEO of the United Way of St. Joseph County.