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Like a Good Neighbor! Thank You, State Farm!

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l-r Taryn Elliott, Peter Romeo, Scott West, Mike Scalera, Jennifer Young , Christine Cosenza, and Glisel Jimenez
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Imagine was surprised and grateful to receive a contribution of $5,000 from State Farm Insurance at our Open House on February 22nd. This brings State Farm's total giving to Imagine to $24,000 since we first opened our doors. In addition to the generosity of the company, its agents have been beyond generous as members of our Circle of Hope and contributors to our campaign. Total pledged and received from State Farm agents surpasses $200,000!

“Imagine provides a valuable service that everyone will need at some point in their lives”, said Jennifer Young, Community Relations Specialist for State Farm. “Our shared mission of helping people recover from the unexpected allows families and communities to thrive through one of the most difficult times of their lives. Our support goes deeper than the dollars, our hearts go out to all of those involved in the program”, she added.

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