Community Causes

Assisting All Those in Need

There are thousands of residents in our state struggling with poverty, homelessness, and hunger, just as there are thousands of orphaned, abused and neglected animals wasting away in local shelters. Our agency is heartbroken to see so many families struggling with poverty, and saddened to see so many animals that are in danger of being euthanized.

We are launching an emergency relief campaign to promote betterment in our community by providing assistance to families facing a financial crisis and to animals that have been abused, orphaned, or neglected.

Helping Families, Rescuing Animals

As dedicated #AgentsofChange Regional Ambassadors for the area, Noto Insurance Advisors has always focused on offering a helping hand to those in our community who most need help.

Our efforts to help families will include efforts to support local pantries and food provisions, provide direct assistance to families with children suffering from serious medical conditions such as ALS, and offer hygiene items and basic necessities for families with at-risk children.

Our efforts to help animals will include finding new homes for pets on the verge of euthanasia, supporting outreach veterinarian care for low income pet owners, and ensuring our local Police K9 units have access to training and resources.

As you can see, we have much to do, and we need your help to see it through.

Be Part of Our Campaigns!

The best way for you to be part of this campaign is to introduce us to other concerned families in our community. When you invite a friend or family member into Noto Insurance Advisors, we will offer them a free insurance policy review as well as provide them with more information on this campaign. For each person you invite, we will send out a donation IN YOUR NAME to one of the many programs and agencies we will be supporting during this effort.

Please Join Us

This is your chance to help make positive changes for all residents. Come and join us, and let’s improve outcomes for everyone in our community.