At Coldbrook Insurance Group we are driven to give back and serve our local and state communities. These are the same community’s that have allowed us to become a successful business. Being able to give back our time, service, and funds is a passion we are truly devoted to continuing…

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At Coldbrook we have a team of staff members that act as directors on our Charity Outreach Committee. The Charity Outreach Committee meets one time per month offering support to local and statewide charities in need. The committee also allocates set yearly funds to these same groups to lend as much of a helpful hand as possible We further participate in food drives, clothing drives, and sponsor families in need during the holidays. We have also sent care packages mailed to troops overseas. We also been very active with Habitat for Humanity, volunteering time to help build homes. In addition to this we work we also offer our time and service to the GR Veterans Home doing ice cream socials, toiletry packages, and other volunteer work.

Charity and community outreach is very important to us and will continue to be a passion and focus of our owners and staff members. This information is on our website not to try to garner attention, but to let our clients, prospects, and anyone else visiting the site know of our continued focus on helping local charities and organizations as much as we can.

We Are Currently Supporting:

In the Image – Show God’s love by changing one life, one child, and one family at a time.

Kids’ Food Basket – The only organization in West Michigan focused solely on childhood hunger.

Guiding Light – Guiding Light Mission exists to create a healing experience that allows individuals to discover a new life in Christ.

Mel Trotter – We exist to demonstrate the compassion of Jesus Christ toward the hungry, homeless and hurting of the greater Grand Rapids, MI area.

Exodus Place – A facility for once homeless military veterans and other men in need.

D.A.Blodgett – Protecting children from abuse and neglect since 1887.

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