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$500 Sponsorships Available to Northwest Homeless NPOs - Apply Now May, 2014

Author: Boone Bergsma

We are excited to announce project M&G, a responsive website redesign and company intranet with business tools built-in. Montgomery & Graham, Inc. an Oregon and Washington employee benefits and health insurance consultancy were looking to help clients and prospects find important insurance and healthcare updates online. In addition to providing their expert team with the tools needed to be found online.

The team of experts at M&G have over a 100 years of insurance experience combined. They have been serving customers in the Northwest since 1997. The company and its offerings have improved over the years, and the solutions they offer are second to none. Whether you’re an established company or just begun, they can help grow your business and keep it protected for the years to come.

As important as community service is to them, their customer service is bar none. And they are making smart business choices for the clients and communities they serve.  By choosing WeThinkItMatters Inc. to help with web development and a branding campaign, Montgomery & Graham have made $9000 available to those who need a helping hand.

Focusing on helping homeless children and families in Oregon and Washington, we are looking for non-profit organizations that wish to share what $500 dollars does for them. To apply for sponsorship fill out the form, or if you know someone please share it with them. We look forward to seeing and sharing the good news about what these sponsorships create soon.

And if you’re interested in how the latest insurance strategies can save on your bottom line and why innovative healthcare options can offer your employees total rewards, check out MGBenefits.com and schedule a free consultation to learn more.

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