Martinez Insurance Group and Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans in the News!

Martinez Insurance Group and the Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans Organization Announce Charity Event to Support Veterans and Rescue Animals

 

Martinez Insurance Group, an insurance and financial planning firm providing services to residents of the greater Miami region, is teaming up with Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans in a charity initiative with the goal of uniting injured vets in the area with rescued canines

 

 

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Martinez Insurance Group, a southern Florida agency offering asset protection services and financial consultations to communities throughout the Miami metropolitan region, is joining forces with nonprofit Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans in a charity drive to rescue local animals and pair them with veterans in need of companionship.

 

The majority of the nearly 3 million disabled veterans in America struggle with conditions that are 90% disabling or worse. Taking into account the fact that 6 million animals are euthanized nationally each year, Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans works to bring these two groups together by rescuing and rehabilitating canines and giving them a purpose as an emotional support or service dog.

 

“Our returning veterans who have suffered from injuries deserve all the help we can give them, and rescuing dogs so that they can act as companions for these veterans is a wonderful way to improve their lives,” says Ernie Martinez, founder and acting manager of Martinez Insurance Group.

 

Efforts to publicize the Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans charity event are already underway as Martinez and his team work to mobilize an online social media following and share information over email to generate community support for the cause. More publicity is expected from the upcoming release of a full length story featuring the charity effort slated for publication in “Our Hometown,” the Martinez Insurance Group online magazine: http://www.martinezinsurancegroup.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_39.

 

Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans marks the 17th local charity supported by the Martinez Insurance Group since late 2014. As active affiliates of a national charity support group called “Agents of Change,” Martinez and his team have long been committed to working with regional charitable causes and nonprofits regularly.

 

For those seeking more information on the Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans charity event, and for those who wish to be part of the effort, the following page has been made available by the Martinez Insurance team: http://www.martinezinsurancegroup.com/Rescue-a-Dog-Rescue-a-Veteran_27_community_cause. A full list of previous charitable organizations supported by the Martinez Insurance Group is available from the agency’s online Community Causes listing: http://www.martinezinsurancegroup.com/community-cause?page=1.

 


 


About Martinez Insurance Group

 

As a Personal Finance Representative in Pembroke Pines, agency owner Ernie Martinez knows many local families. His knowledge and understanding of the people in his community ensures that clients of Martinez Insurance Group are provided with an outstanding level of service. Ernie and his team look forward to helping families protect the things that are most important - family, home, car and more. Martinez Insurance Group also offers clients a preparation strategy for achieving their financial goals. To contact an expert at Martinez Insurance Group, visit http://www.martinezinsurancegroup.com/ or call (866) 675-6520.

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