MADISON, Wis.—August 7, 2018—EPIC Specialty Benefits is partnering with local insurance agencies around Wisconsin this summer to help Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin.
Greater Insurance Service Corp. will host a food drive August 15-30 at its home office at 414 Atlas Ave. in Madison. The public is invited to stop by with donations of non-perishable food items (no glass containers) or donations of cash/checks.
"We wanted a fun way to engage with valued agency partners this summer while supporting the broader community. Putting together a food drive tour with Second Harvest made sense, and partnering with Greater Insurance Service was an easy decision because they have been strong partners of ours for a long time."Prue Lotharius, Director of Business Development and Marketing
“At Second Harvest, we know that we cannot end hunger alone,” said Dan Stein, Second Harvest President and CEO. “Through collaboration with amazing organizations like Greater Insurance Service and EPIC Specialty Benefits, together we can change the lives of those facing hunger in our community.”
About Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin
Second Harvest is a hunger-relief charity organization whose goal is to make sure everyone in southwestern Wisconsin has enough of the right kinds of food to live a happy and healthy life. Second Harvest distributes millions of pounds of food each year through a network of partner agencies and programs. For every $1 donated, Second Harvest can provide three meals. For every 1.2 pounds of food donated, Second Harvest can provide one meal. Check out Second Harvest for more information.
About EPIC Specialty Benefits
EPIC Specialty Benefits is a choice provider of group insurance products to cover life, disability, dental, vision, and voluntary benefits for businesses. Based in Madison, Wis., EPIC is a wholly owned subsidiary of WPS Health Solutions, a nationally regarded government contractor and a leading Wisconsin not-for-profit health insurer. For more information, please visit epiclife.com.