Stephanie Hebert Insurance Agency - Community Cause

Saving Lives This Summer

Saving Lives This Summer

June 27, 2017

With Summer time here, our agency is raising funds to bring awareness for child water safety, and we want to donate on YOUR behalf. Children’s Water Safety Awareness has dedicated their efforts to encourage and educate children’s water safety in our community.    After numerous incidents of children drowning in the surrounding areas, this amazing organization created a program to prevent these tragic events. Water Safety A…

 
Feeding Hope In Our Community

Feeding Hope In Our Community

March 31, 2017

Did you know, 1 in every 5 households in Louisiana are at risk of hunger? The chances of you knowing someone who might now have enough to eat tonight are very high, especially children. One in every four children under age 5, and one in every five children under age 18 are at risk of hunger. With rising costs of food, gas a rent, more and more members of our community are hit with uncertainty. United Way Second Harvest Food Bank is working toward…

 
Joining a Local Teacher As She Fights Cancer

Joining a Local Teacher As She Fights Cancer

February 15, 2017

With YOUR help, we were able to reach our goal and raise $1,540 for Katie! Thank you to everyone who helped us raise funds for Katie and joined us in this mission!       Breast cancer makes the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer among American women with 1 in every 8 U.S women developing this type of cancer over the course of their lifetime. Katie Savoie, is unfortunately that one in every eight of U.S. women, having been…

 
Finding Justice For Our Local Children

Finding Justice For Our Local Children

December 30, 2016

After Judge David Sokup of Seattle, realized there was a major and recurring problem in his courtroom, he decided to take action. “When you’re involved with a child and you’re trying to decide what to do to facilitate that child’s growth into a mature and happy adult, you don’t feel like you have sufficient information to allow yourself to make the right decision,” he states. Judge David Sokup then decided to…

 
Support Our Heroes Who Gave Us Freedom

Support Our Heroes Who Gave Us Freedom

July 01, 2016

The Terrebonne Veterans Shelter is a place that strives to accomplish its goal of providing the men who reside there with the necessary tools and support to begin rebuilding their lives. They first focus on the basic needs; providing the veterans with a safe place to stay, a good hot meal and the necessary clothing.   Terrebonne Veterans Shelter   GOAL$500 We'll Donateon your BehalfCLICK HERE …

 
Little Weeman's Road to Recovery

Little Weeman's Road to Recovery

July 01, 2016

Liam Bascle, a little boy known as "Wee-Man", was diagnosed with a brain tumor on May 11, 2015. After two surgeries, the surgeons and physicians are confident that most, if not all, of the tumor has been removed.   Little Weeman    GOAL$500 We'll Donateon your BehalfCLICK HERE Liam has a long journey ahead with rehab, possible further surgery, and probably chemo and radiation. Lia…

 
Kids Pedaling Towards A Creative Future

Kids Pedaling Towards A Creative Future

June 01, 2015

K.I.M.’s (Kids In Motion) Discovery Playhouse Museum of Houma Louisiana, provides an interactive, fun, educational, and hands-on place to enjoy learning through “Play with Your Child”. Their mission is to spark the love of learning in all children, young and old.   Kids in Motion does not have a physical building, they go from place to place, carrying all of their exhibits and supplies. They are currently raising funds to…

 
A Brighter Future For Our Local Children

A Brighter Future For Our Local Children

April 05, 2016

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are volunteers appointed by a judge to recommend the best possible outcome for an abused or neglected child.  Court Appointment Special Advocates (CASA)   GOAL$500 We'll Donateon your BehalfCLICK HERE Whether this means helping to make a connection with adoptive parents or safely reuniting the child with parents or relatives, the ultimate goal of…

 
Kids Who Need a Loving Environment

Kids Who Need a Loving Environment

May 28, 2015

MacDonell Children’s Services is a residential home for children whose circumstances leave them in need of a safe, loving and nurturing environment. Their family of residents include adolescents from age 11–17, for whom the Louisiana DCFS has deemed to be in need of care. DONATE HEREStaff member, LaDonna Cruse, delivering supplies to MacDonell.It’s hard to image the circumstances where a child would need to be removed from…

 
Ronald McDonald House - NOLA

Ronald McDonald House - NOLA

March 01, 2015

The Ronald McDonald House is a “home away from home” for families with seriously ill children. They provide housing for these families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost. They believe the best prescription is the support of family. For decades, the Ronald McDonald House has been making children happier and healthier by keeping families together, giving them a place to rest and refresh. Being able t…

 
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