Riverhead Allstate Insurance agent Elizabeth Hanlon was awarded the Agency Hands in the Community Award for her commitment to volunteering in the community. The Riverhead Rotary Charities, Inc., where Ms. Hanlon volunteers, received a $1,000 grant from the Allstate Foundation.
Don Rubbo, New York regional sales leader at Allstate Insurance Company, described Ms. Hanlon as an active and respected member of the business community.
“She also makes it a priority to dedicate her time and efforts to make a difference in people’s lives,” Mr. Rubbo said in a press release. “Elizabeth exemplifies the full spectrum of what it means to be an Allstate agent and has truly become a name and face in her community.”
Riverhead Rotary Charities, Inc., gets neighbors, friends and community leaders together in an effort to create positive and lasting change both in their communities and around the world.
The Allstate Foundation, created in 1952, is an independent charitable organization that partners with nonprofit organizations across the country to support innovative and lasting solutions aimed to enhance people’s well-being and prosperity. It is made possible through subsidiaries of The Allstate Corporation.