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For many people, the holiday season brings out the best in us: a giving, peaceful spirit; but, for children whose families face severe financial hardship this month, the Christmas season is not quite as happy.

That’s why every year Primerica Home Office employees chip in to fulfill the Christmas wishes of some of the area’s needy children. This year, employees adopted 102 children from the Salvation Army Angel Tree. Through this program, children submit a “need” list and a “wish” list. Wish lists usually contain toy and bicycle requests while need lists often include clothes, shoes, socks and coats. This year, the adopted Angels received every item on their need lists and the majority of the children received each item on their wish lists!

Cheryl Romage, HR Specialist, said, “The Angel Tree program provides more than holiday gifts. It gives kids the sense that someone cares. By adopting these 102 Angels, Primerica employees have, once again, demonstrated their generosity and caring spirit.”

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Each year, Primerica employees go out of their way to bring some cheer to Gwinnett County, GA, children. It’s part of the company’s commitment to do what’s right for families … our clients and our community.


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The employees at Primerica’s home office in Duluth, GA, are another example of how Primerica helps make the world a better place. From raising money for cancer research and delivering meals to building houses and donating food, hundreds of Primerica employees gave their time, talent and resources to help their community in 2010. Take a look at the impact:

  • Blood Drive: More than 227 Primerica employees donated 191 pints of blood to the Red Cross, saving over 573 lives.
  • Relay For Life: Primerica team members help to raise more than $43,000 for the American Cancer Society.
  • Gwinnett Great Days of Service: Sixty-five Primerica volunteers participated in the Great Day of Service event at Rainbow Village in Gwinnett County. Projects included major landscaping, a patio redesign and the construction of an outdoor play-set.
  • Volunteer Day with Habitat for Humanity: Sixty employees worked with Habitat for Humanity to build a townhome for a deserving family in Tucker, GA.
  • Meals on Wheels: Primerica employees helped deliver more than 100 meals each week to homebound seniors in their local community.
  • Mentoring Program: Nineteen Primerica employees mentored at-risk students in the Berkmar Cluster Schools in Gwinnett County.
  • Dress for Success: Employees reached into their closets and donated 30 complete outfits to provide professional attire for disadvantaged women who plan to interview for employment.
  • The United Way Campaign: Through cash donations and payroll pledges for 2011, Primerica raised more than $50,000, exceeding their goal by $4,000.
  • Food Drives: More than 16,000 food items were contributed to the Lilburn Co-op in 2010.
  • Salvation Army Forgotten Angels: Employees “adopted” 100 children, providing gifts of clothing and toys to each of them during the holiday season.
  • Operation Hope: In partnership with the nonprofit, Operation Hope, Primerica employee volunteers teach Financial Literacy curriculum. To date, 875 Gwinnett County Public School students have participated in the program.

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Looking Ahead

Primerica employees have already started making a difference in their community in 2011. They look forward to another year of helping others have a better future.

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Primerica Home Office employees have generously adopted 100 Angels from the Salvation Army Angel Tree this year, committing to provide toys and clothing to children in need during the holiday season. The gifts will be delivered to children in the Gwinnett County area.

It’s holiday time, and for many families struggling through economic hardships, the season doesn’t hold the promise that it does for so many of us. Some parents need a helping hand in order to “make the season bright.” That’s why the Primerica Home Office has made the Salvation Army Angels program part of its regular calendar.

This year, the response was extraordinary. All 100 Angels were quickly adopted, and several extra items were donated! At least five bicycles and a crib were among the items contributed beyond the Angel list for whomever may need them.

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The Home Office family has proven once again this year that, even during rough economic times, helping families is a Primerica way of life.


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