At T.W. Cooper, giving back to our community is an important part of our business. In addition to our company-wide charitable giving, we also encourage our individual offices and employees to integrate this sense of caring into their workday. On this page, we recognize our team members who help us show that T.W. Cooper Cares!
T.W. Cooper raises over $9,000 for charity at 2018 Broad Street Run
We’d like to give a big shout-out to Vice President Leo Carlin, along with his kids Karleigh Carlin, Keenan Carlin and Leo Carlin Jr., for raising over $9,000 for the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation at this year’s Broad Street Run in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The charity’s mission is to break the cycles of poverty and homelessness that force families and individuals into economic despair through the funding and creation of innovative community programs and partnerships. Way to go, Team Carlin!
T.W. Cooper Supports Covenant House
In 2014, Bob Purpura from our Plumsteadville office competed in the summer personal lines insurance referral contest. During the 6-week challenge, Bob received 47 referrals for home and auto quotes, and we donated $10 for every referral to Covenant House, a charity that provides housing and support to homeless and underprivileged children.
The 2014 Annual Upper Perkiomen High School Scholarship
Every year for the past 15 years, we have given a scholarship to a graduating senior at Upper Perkiomen High School. This year senior Madyson Gerber was the recipient of the scholarship. We wish her all the best in her future studies.
Recognizing Employee Initiatives
Autism Awareness Referral Contest in March 2014
Bob Purpura, from our Plumsteadville office, generated 32 referrals, leading to a $320 donation from T.W. Cooper Insurance to Meghan McKniff’s autism awareness and support program at Primos Elementary School. Great work Bob and Meghan.
Here is the thank you letter from Meghan McKniff and Primos Elementary School.
Breast Cancer Awareness Referral Contest in November 2013
Bob Purpura, from our Plumsteadville office, ran a referral contest, where for each prospect referral we gave a $10 Wawa gift card to the referring person and we also donated $10 to a charity. This month’s contest was in support of breast cancer awareness, and T.W. Cooper donated $400 to the Healing Consciousness Foundation. Great job, Bob!
Here is the thank you letter.