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Community Matters

Our industry employs people who have pursued insurance careers in order to enhance the lives of others. Community Matters will focus on real community needs through fundraising events, work days, educational opportunities and much more.

About us

Community Matters

Our industry employs people who have pursued insurance careers in order to enhance the lives of others. Community Matters will focus on real community needs through fundraising events, work days, educational opportunities and much more.

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AIG

Allied World AssuranceCo

Amerisure Companies

AmWINS Group

AonRisk Solutions

Appalachian State University Risk & InsuranceSociety

Arch Insurance Group

Arrowpoint Capital

ArthurJ.Gallagher&Co.

BB&T Insurance Services

Belk

Berkley Southeast Insurance

Group

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of

NorthCarolina

BurnsWhite,LLC

CityofCharlotte

CharlotteAssociationof

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Chubb

Coca-ColaBottlingCo.Consolidated

CorVelCorporation

DixonHughesGoodmanLLP

CPCUCharlotte

CRC:DisasterResponseExperts

CRCInsuranceServices

CranfillSumner&Hartzog,LLP

Cunningham Lindsey

EngleMartin&Associates

ECMSolutions

ESIS

Fireman’sFund

FMGlobal

TheFreshMarket

GallagherBassettServices

Gould&Lamb,LLC

GreatAmericanInsurance

HarleysvilleGroup

TheHartford

TheHartfordSteam Boiler

Inspection&InsuranceCo.

HayesCompaniesofCharlotte

HealthcareSolutions

Healthgram

HedrickGardner

HendrickAutomotiveGroup

Hull&Company

ICAClaims

IIAofCharlotte-Mecklenburg

InterstateRestoration

IronshoreInsuranceServices

IronwoodInsuranceServices

LibertyMutual

LitigationSolutions

LocktonCompanies

Markel

Marsh

McGladreyandPullen,LLP

McGriff,Seibels&Williams

McNeary,Inc.

Mercer

myMatrixx

NavigatorsManagementCo.

NolvaCaseManagement

Palmer&Cay

PeachtreeSpecialRisks

PhiladelphiaInsuranceCompanies

PMACompanies

TheRemiGroup

Rutherfoord-MMA

RobinsonBradshaw

ScottInsurance

SennDunnInsurance

SentinelRiskAdvisers

Snyder’s-Lance,Inc.

SompoAmericaInsurance

ServicesLLC

SwimmerInsurance

SynergyCoverageSolutions

Travelers

UnitedHealthcare

UniversityofNCatCharlotte

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WellsFargoInsurance

Willis

ZenithInsuranceCompany

ZurichInsuranceCompany

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Our mission

Our 2017-18 Nonprofit Partner

Charlotte Rescue Mission

Our mission

Our 2017-18 Nonprofit Partner

Charlotte Rescue Mission

Charlotte Rescue Mission is transforming lives by serving people struggling with addiction, poverty, or hopelessness with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens

This program is known as Rebound and has helped thousands of men over the years. In 2016, the program grew to become a 120-day program.

The organization’s vision is to be recognized as a leader in providing residential recovery programs that help people struggling with the disease of addiction achieve long-term sobriety, find employment and stable housing, and restore and build healthy relationships.

Rebound served men struggling with addiction and homelessness, but, despite a staggering community need, there was no similar program for women. In 1992, Charlotte Rescue Mission launched the Dove’s Nest program. Similar to Rebound, Dove’s Nest provides comprehensive addiction recovery services for women.

Founded in 1938, Charlotte Rescue Mission has a long history of reaching out to the homeless and those battling addiction. Over the years, the Mission has been located in several different uptown Charlotte buildings and has had several different names, but its commitment to serving the homeless has never changed.

n 1995, Rebound men’s Halfway House opened its doors. The Halfway House provides further opportunities for Rebound graduates to maintain long-term sobriety as they transition out of dependency on community programs and transition into self-sufficiency.

Many people who came to the Mission for help during these early years were struggling with addiction. In 1990, the Mission launched a 90-day residential program empowering individuals to move beyond cycles of homelessness and addiction to become productive citizens in the community.

In 2008, Dove’s Nest Capital Campaign was launched to expand Dove’s Nest women’s addiction recovery program from a 12-bed facility to a 120-bed facility. For the first time in its history, the Mission is now able to serve children as well as their mothers, with beds for 90 women and 30 of their children. Doors of this new facility opened in July 2012.

Charlotte Rescue Mission is transforming lives by serving people struggling with addiction, poverty, or hopelessness with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens

This program is known as Rebound and has helped thousands of men over the years. In 2016, the program grew to become a 120-day program.

The organization’s vision is to be recognized as a leader in providing residential recovery programs that help people struggling with the disease of addiction achieve long-term sobriety, find employment and stable housing, and restore and build healthy relationships.

Rebound served men struggling with addiction and homelessness, but, despite a staggering community need, there was no similar program for women. In 1992, Charlotte Rescue Mission launched the Dove’s Nest program. Similar to Rebound, Dove’s Nest provides comprehensive addiction recovery services for women.

Founded in 1938, Charlotte Rescue Mission has a long history of reaching out to the homeless and those battling addiction. Over the years, the Mission has been located in several different uptown Charlotte buildings and has had several different names, but its commitment to serving the homeless has never changed.

n 1995, Rebound men’s Halfway House opened its doors. The Halfway House provides further opportunities for Rebound graduates to maintain long-term sobriety as they transition out of dependency on community programs and transition into self-sufficiency.

Many people who came to the Mission for help during these early years were struggling with addiction. In 1990, the Mission launched a 90-day residential program empowering individuals to move beyond cycles of homelessness and addiction to become productive citizens in the community.

In 2008, Dove’s Nest Capital Campaign was launched to expand Dove’s Nest women’s addiction recovery program from a 12-bed facility to a 120-bed facility. For the first time in its history, the Mission is now able to serve children as well as their mothers, with beds for 90 women and 30 of their children. Doors of this new facility opened in July 2012.

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7th Annual

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Dodgeball Tournament

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