As a beneficiary of the SWFL Association of Health Underwriters annual mini golf charity event, the Lee County Legal Aid Society (LCLAS) has received over $2,200 in donations because of the fundraiser.
LCLAS is honored to receive over $2,200 from the SWFL Association of Health Underwriters. The SWFL Association of Health Underwriters named LCLAS as the 2017 beneficiary of the organization’s annual charity mini golf fundraiser.
The SWFL Association of Health underwriters is one of more than 200 local chapters of the National Association of Health Underwriters representing more than 100,000 licensed health insurance agents, brokers, general agents, consultants and benefit professionals across America. NAHU members service the health insurance needs of large and small employers as well as people seeking individual health insurance coverage. Every day, NAHU members work to obtain insurance for clients who are struggling to balance their desire to purchase high-quality and comprehensive health coverage with the reality of rapidly escalating medical care costs. As such, one of NAHU’s primary goals is to do everything we can to promote access to affordable health insurance coverage.
LCLAS is a non-profit, community-based agency that focuses on assisting clients with limited income by providing quality legal representation while promoting financial and emotional stability. The funds raised by the SWFL Association of Health Underwriters will go directly toward the operating fund of LCLAS to assist, Lee County’s most vulnerable citizens.