November 20, 2017 – Hampton, NH: This Veterans Day weekend, SIAA (Strategic Insurance Agency Alliance), its master and member agencies and insurance partner companies across the country surpassed $100,000 in contributions for the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP).
SIAA, the national insurance agency alliance, began a campaign for Wounded Warrior Project on May 1st, and offered a $10,000 match challenge to member agencies and staff in an attempt to raise a combined $20,000 around the Veterans Day holiday. $24,000 was raised during this match run. Contributions came from SIAA and its staff, their master agencies and member agencies for the recent campaign, however, insurance companies and other business partners have also contributed since the original start date of May 1st.
“We are pleased with the results since SIAA first announced support of WWP, and our confidence is high that we can do even better. These funds benefit men and women (and their families) who have served our country and now find themselves in need of our support. It is truly a worthwhile cause,” stated SIAA CEO, Jim Masiello.
WWP is equipped to serve warriors with every type of injury – from the physical to the invisible wounds of war. To date they have reached 105,000 men and women (alumni) and 25,000 of their family members.
SIAA is the largest national independent insurance agency alliance dedicated to the creation, retention, growth and continued success of the independent insurance agency distribution system. SIAA has 49 master agencies across the country, which have signed 6,530 member agencies writing $6.8 Billion of in-force premium.