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Miracle League says ‘thank you’ to Assurant Solutions

Miracle League says ‘thank you’ to Assurant Solutions

Miracle League says ‘thank you’ to Assurant Solutions

Pictured (l-r) are Assurant Solutions officers Terisa Shelton and Ana Rojas- Filliben with the Miracle League’s Karl Sturge and Keith Reilly, Assurant’s Carolyn Jarro and the Miracle League’s Sandy Robinson.

As part of the ongoing fundraising efforts, the Miracle League of Miami Dade has partnered with several philanthropic supporters in the community. Assurant Solutions most recently expressed a commitment to supporting our efforts and gave a generous donation to the Miracle League project.

Assurant has solid roots in the Miami-Dade community. Through various programs, sponsorships, donations and employee volunteer efforts, the company finds ways to give back to the community and make life better for the families in this county. Assurant encourages employees to give back to the community through contributions of time and money, and this began 50 years ago and continues today. The company also encourages charitable giving among employees through a matching-gifts program

Thanks to the charitable mission of the local Assurant team, the Miracle League is one step closer to building the Miracle League field for our children.

“We are thrilled to announce that Assurant has made a generous donation of $10,000,” said Karl Sturge, co-chairman of Miracle League of Miami-Dade. Along with financial support, Assurant will be the first local business to have employees participate on the field in a Miracle League game. Later this month, Assurant workers will receive training so they will be qualified to serve as Baseball Buddies to Miracle League players.

“We are looking to schedule a game with the Assurant Buddies in April at Suniland Park in Pinecrest,” said Sturge.

Go to www.miracleleagueofmiamidade.org to learn more and make a contribution or contact me at 786-224-4800 or by email at lmays@miracleleagueofmiamidade.org

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