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Kendall County Special Olympics donation

Kendall County Special Olympics received a donation from The John S. Janovyak Agency of Yorkville, American Family Insurance Company and its agents as the company partnered to benefit local communities in 2018. Thanks to John S Janovyak Agency and this program, a total amount of $9,000 was donated to Kendall County Special Olympics. “My agency was introduced to Kendall County Special Olympics by BJ Gerl owner of Capitano Deli & Sweets, a fellow Yorkville Area Chamber of Commerce member. Experiencing his passion and involvement first hand, we were immediately convinced to jump on board in supporting this organization,” said Janovyak on choosing Kendall County Special Olympics. “As a local business owner I’m proud to support this community. I’m especially thankful for the opportunity to assist such an interactive program. We hope this donation will continue to inspire others to help in whatever way they can.” During this campaign 1,841 American Family Insurance Agents made donations to 1,102 charitable organizations in 43 states. American Family Insurance matched these contributions bringing the total amount donated to $1.9 million.
Kendall County Special Olympics received a donation from The John S. Janovyak Agency of Yorkville, American Family Insurance Company and its agents as the company partnered to benefit local communities in 2018. Thanks to John S Janovyak Agency and this program, a total amount of $9,000 was donated to Kendall County Special Olympics. “My agency was introduced to Kendall County Special Olympics by BJ Gerl owner of Capitano Deli & Sweets, a fellow Yorkville Area Chamber of Commerce member. Experiencing his passion and involvement first hand, we were immediately convinced to jump on board in supporting this organization,” said Janovyak on choosing Kendall County Special Olympics. “As a local business owner I’m proud to support this community. I’m especially thankful for the opportunity to assist such an interactive program. We hope this donation will continue to inspire others to help in whatever way they can.” During this campaign 1,841 American Family Insurance Agents made donations to 1,102 charitable organizations in 43 states. American Family Insurance matched these contributions bringing the total amount donated to $1.9 million.

Kendall County Special Olympics received a donation from The John S. Janovyak Agency of Yorkville, American Family Insurance Company and its agents as the company partnered to benefit local communities in 2018. Thanks to John S Janovyak Agency and this program, a total amount of $9,000 was donated to Kendall County Special Olympics. “My agency was introduced to Kendall County Special Olympics by BJ Gerl owner of Capitano Deli & Sweets, a fellow Yorkville Area Chamber of Commerce member. Experiencing his passion and involvement first hand, we were immediately convinced to jump on board in supporting this organization,” said Janovyak on choosing Kendall County Special Olympics. “As a local business owner I’m proud to support this community. I’m especially thankful for the opportunity to assist such an interactive program. We hope this donation will continue to inspire others to help in whatever way they can.” During this campaign 1,841 American Family Insurance Agents made donations to 1,102 charitable organizations in 43 states. American Family Insurance matched these contributions bringing the total amount donated to $1.9 million.

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