Community Lifeline Center is pleased to receive $1,000 from The Allstate Foundation in honor of Allstate Agent Kathy Hall’s volunteerism. We are pleased to partner with Allstate and their commitment to making our hometowns better, safer places to live. Some say “it’s all in a day’s work,” but others go out of their way to do more. This is true of Community Lifeline Center Volunteer Kathy Hall. Congratulations Kathy.
The Allstate Foundation Grants Management Team notified Executive Director Christine Hockin-Boyd of this award and said, “At Allstate, Agent Kathy Hall is our community leader because when The Good Hands People give back, our hometowns are better, safer places to live. Community involvement is an extension of what our agents do every day — protecting people and preparing them for the future.”
Mrs. Hall says, “Growing up in Collin County, raising my family here, and serving 17 years as an educator in the school systems has given my family many ties to our local areas. Now, being an Allstate agency owner, which I am proud to say is family owned and operated, and being trusted advisors to our customers, we feel it’s important to be involved in our local community and to find ways to connect and give back. Non-profit organizations depend heavily on the donations and volunteers to provide service that people need and I consider it a privilege and honor to serve on the board of CLC, having the opportunity to work with Christine Hockin-Boyd, the staff and volunteers, and fellow board members and admiring their passion for serving others and dedication to the mission of CLC.
“We are appreciative to the Allstate Foundation for awarding CLC the Allstate Agency Hands in the Community grant. My family and I are proud to represent a company like Allstate who’s been serving our customers and giving back to our communities for over 80 years.”
The grant will benefit CLC by providing operating support or program funding.