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Cornelia: Circle of Hope awarded $5K from Jack Bradley Agency, Safeco

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The Jack Bradley Agency has earned a 2018 Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Award. 

The award includes a $5,000 donation that will go directly to Circle of Hope, a Cornelia-baed nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and empowering those affected by domestic violence through advocacy, awareness, education and community partnerships.

The Jack Bradley Agency and Circle of Hope story is featured on the official Safeco Insurance Facebook page with a chance to raise an additional $5,000. If the story receives at least 200 likes, comments or shares on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn, the total donation will double to $10,000.

Safeco’s Make More Happen Awards focus on nonprofits in the areas of health and safety, education and civil service. The Jack Bradley Agency was selected for a Make More Happen Award for demonstrating its commitment to Circle of Hope, which serves Habersham, Stephens, and White counties.

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