Local State Farm agents are finding ways to engage in their neighborhoods and help each other with needs while respecting social distancing and local ordinances.
On May 22, State Farm agent Denise Drobnick and her staff delivered lunches for approx. 100 employees at ManorCare Health Services, West Reading North – 425 Buttonwood Street, West Reading. The lunches were provided in partnership with Mark Woodyard and the West Reading Tavern.
To help make this a day to remember, ManorCare Health leadership also provided gifts of appreciation to each of their employees.
“I feel a great admiration for our front line heroes who put themselves at risk, say Denise, State Farm agent and resident of West Reading. For those who quietly and humbly go about the day-to-day of caring for others, I wanted my ManorCare and West Reading neighbors that I love so much to know their efforts doesn’t go unnoticed, and they deserve some TLC for all they have done.”
To help foster volunteerism, State Farm also has a website where community volunteers or needs can be posted at https://neighborhoodofgood.statefarm.com/.
Over the last weeks of COVID-19, our organization, like many others, has responded quickly to a rapidly changing situation. We’re grateful for how our employees and agents are adapting to new ways of working and pulling together to support each other and our customers. When faced with uncertainty we always go back to doing what we do best: helping people.