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AudaExplore Makes $10,000 Donation to Family Services Organization

Crittenton Services for Children and Families will use the donation to help teenagers establish their own independence.

AudaExplore, in conjunction with Solera’s LIFT program, is continuing its initiative to empower the less fortunate with a donation, on behalf of Mercury Insurance (an AudaExplore customer) to Crittenton Services for Children and Families.

AudaExplore is donating $10,000 to Crittenton Services for Children and Families. Crittenton will be able to provide a second chance to those in need by funding its Independent Living Program with this donation, which aids teenagers without a secure home to establish their own independence.

“Crittenton offers programs for independent living, teaching people from disadvantaged backgrounds to take charge of their destiny,” said Joyce Capelle, CEO, Crittenton. “We are thankful for the generosity of AudaExplore and Mercury Insurance that will help us believe, achieve and empower those less fortunate to lift themselves up and overcome the challenge.”

Added Adam Vasquez, vice president of marketing for AudaExplore, “Empowering those in need to change the trajectory of their life is at the root of both Crittenton and the LIFT program. We are grateful that Mercury Insurance put us in touch with an organization that aligns so well with ours.”

“Mercury employees have a long history of supporting Crittenton, so it’s rewarding to see AudaExplore making a significant donation to this very worthy organization,” said Diane Braun, Mercury claims manager. “Mercury and AudaExplore initially partnered with Crittenton on a ‘have a heart’ goods drive, and we’re happy to see AudaExplore increase their involvement with this donation.”

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