Hauser & Lee Insurance Services Raises Funds After October’s Devastating Fire in Collaboration with the Sonoma County Resilience Fund

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As the community fights to recover from this tragedy, we want to ensure that we support all affected in making the right steps toward rebuilding their lives.


Hauser & Lee Insurance Services reveals the latest campaign in their ‘Agents of Change’ community movement benefitting the people of California. The newest initiative supports the Sonoma County Resilience Fund and their vision of a community restored after the devastating fire which ravaged all in its path last month. Donations to this worthy cause may now be made at

The statistics are staggering: 6,800 buildings destroyed with more than $3 billion in losses, 23 deaths, and over 100,000 people displaced from the brutal fires. Thank heavens the Community Foundation Sonoma County is here to look after the mid to long-term recovery with the Resilience Fund. Over the last 34 years, the Foundation has given more than $200 million to vital local issues such as hunger, mental health and economic well-being. Most likely, it will take many years to see the area fully recovered from October’s fire, but they are committed to rallying the community and remaining strong.

“As the community fights to recover from this tragedy, we want to ensure that we support all affected in making the right steps toward rebuilding their lives,” said Darrell Lee, principal of Hauser & Lee Insurance Services. “Our team believes it’s imperative for everyone to support the Sonoma County Resilience Fund and the vital work they’re doing to help those who have lost everything they own as a result of the fire.”

Hauser & Lee is working to activate support for the Resilience Fund through a dynamic social media and email awareness outreach campaign and has also featured the initiative in their monthly magazine, which is delivered to thousands of households in and around San Ramon and Castro Valley every month. The electronic version of current and archived issues of Our Hometown, which helps customers and friends to ‘live well and thrive’, may be enjoyed at

Passionately committed to strengthening the communities they serve, the agency itself has pledged to donate $10 to the Sonoma County Resilience Fund for each and every referral they receive for an insurance quote for the duration of the campaign. Readers who would like to have a donation made on their behalf may recommend friends and family members for helpful, no-obligation quotations at

The team at Hauser & Hauser has pledged to support a new worthy community cause every three months and invites concerned community members to suggest ideas for future campaigns by visiting To keep tabs on future opportunities to stay involved, readers may bookmark

About Hauser & Lee Insurance Services

A full-service insurance firm serving Californian families and businesses from offices in San Ramon and Castro Valley, Darrell Lee, Vic Hauser and their team of caring professionals have one simple mission: to provide the finest insurance and financial products in the industry while delivering consistently superior service. They focus on helping families protect the things which are most important to them (their families, homes, cars, businesses and more) while developing strategies to achieve long-term financial goals. The agency has made an ongoing commitment to positively impact the communities it serves by vigorously seeking out and supporting local worthy causes. Their dedicated agents may be reached by calling 925-904-4800 (San Ramon) or 510-538-5900 (Castro Valley). More information may be found at

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Brad Bennett

Brad Bennett

Brad grew up in a small town in northern Iowa. He studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married his wife one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children.
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