Long Island Allstate Agency Owner Christina Shaw and Financial Specialist David Bonner recently teamed up to receive two Agency Helping Hands in the
Community Awards for their commitment to helping others. These awards earned the Ric
hard M. Brodsky foundation, where they volunteer, $2,000 in grants from The Allstate Foundation.
“The Richard M. Brodsky Foundation truly makes a difference in the community,” said Shaw, whose agency is located in Wantagh. “These grants and the efforts of the organization helped donate $3,000 in toys and clothing to the South Nassau Communitie
Allstate agents and employees have a proud history of putting their good hands to work in supporting New York communities, promoting volunteerism and providing financial resources to enable local organizations to help others. The Agency Helping Hands in the Community Award celebrates that spirit of service. “Both Christina and I were inspired by the work of both Richard and Jodi Brodsky, especially as they continue to grow their impact more broadly,” said Bonner, who works in Manhasset. “We are both p
roud to be a part of their efforts.”
“Commitment to our communities is a natural extension of what we do every day – protecting people from life’s uncertainties and preparing them for the future,” said Don Rubbo, Allstate’s Regional Sales Leader in New York. “With support from The Allstate Foundation, Christina Shaw, David Bonner, and the Richard M. Brodsky Foundation make New York a better, safer place to live.”
The Richard M. Brodsky Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness of HIV/AIDS and Cancer, and to continue to provide global innovative outreach programs that impact the lives of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and Cancer. They are focused on expanding their fundraising efforts to advance research and treatment of HIV/AIDS and Cancer.