Royal Neighbors of America offers financial assistance

to help its members affected by area wildfires

Royal Neighbors of America, a life insurance organization, is providing financial aid to its members affected by the wildfires in Texas.

The organization and its local chapters are making an extensive effort to reach its members in the affected areas so they know Royal Neighbors is standing by to support them with financial assistance. These members are asked to call (800) 627-4762 for assistance.

“Our hearts go out to these residents,” said Cynthia Tidwell, Royal Neighbors President/CEO. “We began helping victims of disasters back in 1906 following the San Francisco earthquake. Today, we continue to fulfill our legacy of neighbor-helping-neighbor.”

Royal Neighbors of America is a life insurance organization that exists for the benefit of its members. It offers insurance products to fulfill financial needs of growth, savings, and protection. Members receive valuable benefits and can participate in volunteer activities through the organization’s local chapters to help make a difference in their communities. The organization’s philanthropic efforts are dedicated to changing women’s lives through its national programs, including JOIN HANDS DAY, and through the Royal Neighbors Foundation, a 501c(3) public charity.

Headquartered in Rock Island, IL, with branch offices in Mesa, AZ, and Austin, TX, Royal Neighbors serves more than 215,000 members and is licensed to do business in 42 states and the District of Columbia.

For more information about Royal Neighbors of America, call (800) 627-4762, or visit www.royalneighbors.org.

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