State Farm agents donate to Mid-Shore Community Foundation

Submitted to Dorchester Banner/State Farm
State Farm agents have contributed to the Mid-Shore Community Foundation.

CAMBRIDGE — Two Eastern Shore agents, Megan Holotik of Cambridge and Karen Davis of Salisbury, have joined forces and made $500 donations each to the Mid-Shore Community Foundation. Their efforts will help bring support and needed food to local medical personnel and first responders.

And then, by utilizing the State Farm Matching Gift Program, they will be sending another $1,000 in assistance, for a total of $2,000 in support.

“Our community needs us now more than ever. As your local State Farm Agents, we wanted to join forces and make a difference where it was needed the most,” a statement from the agents said. “There is power in numbers! By banding together, we were excited to impact others where we live and work.”

To help foster volunteerism, State Farm also has a website where community volunteers or needs can be posted at https://neighborhoodofgood.statefarm.com/.

“Over the last week our organization, like many others, has responded quickly to a rapidly changing situation,” a statement from State Farm said. “We’re grateful for how our employees and agents are adapting to new ways of working and pulling together to support each other and our customers.”