The Connecticut Physician Assistant Foundation recently received a $2,000 donation from GoodWorks Insurance.
“We thank GoodWorks Insurance for helping assure the future of healthcare in Connecticut,” said Mark Schumann, executive director of the Connecticut Academy of Physician Assistants.
The foundation provides scholarships to students who are enrolled in a Connecticut physician assistant program and state residents attending out-of-state physician assistant programs.
Headquartered in Glastonbury, GoodWorks Insurance is an independent insurance agency that donates half of its operating profits to local nonprofits that support education, healthcare, and public safety.
GoodWorks Insurance also donates to the foundation 20 percent of its commissions on business and personal insurance policies Connecticut APA members buy from it.
“It’s is a win-win that benefits our members and our foundation,” Schumann said.
Representing four dozen carriers, GoodWorks Insurance shops the market to unearth the best value on personal and business insurance and employee benefits programs.
Connecticut APA members can get more information about the GoodWorks/APA plan by contacting Mary Lynn Milazzo at 800-588-8330 (101) or email@example.com.
Based in Bloomfield, the Connecticut Academy of Physician Assistants is devoted to representing and promoting the interests of physician assistants. More information is online at www.connapa.org.
GoodWorks Insurance is one of Connecticut’s top independent insurance agencies, offering personal and business insurance, surety bonds, group health insurance and 401(k) plans. Besides Glastonbury, it has offices in Avon, New Milford and Columbia. Web: www.goodworksinsurance.com.