Alan Wire Company Creates $2,200 Donation for St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation

April 13, 20171

Left to Right: Ken Kotiza, USI Midwest; Jonathan Keenan, Alan Keenan, CEO, and Scott Keenan, Alan Wire Company; Suzanne Fontaine, Director, Events and Marketing for St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation; and Leonard Rhine, USI Midwest.


St. Louis, Missouri − Representatives from the Alan Wire Company, a Sikeston, Missouri manufacturer of bare and insulated copper wire, recently presented a check for $2,200 to help fund vital programs and services at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Officials from USI Midwest, Alan Wire’s insurance broker and consultant, assisted in the presentation.

The donation was made through the Benefits That Benefit Children cause marketing program created by National Benefit Partners (NBP). This new program allows employers like Alan Wire to support children’s hospitals simply by offering specific voluntary benefits to employees.

Funded by Chubb Insurance, the program generated a $10 donation to the hospital for every Alan Wire employee that attended a benefits enrollment meeting.

For more information, contact Marcia Ellis at National Benefit Partners at 714-255-0280.


National Benefit Partners (NBP) is an independent marketing organization for voluntary employee benefits and worksite insurance programs. NBP works with its member insurance brokers and consultants (NBP’s Allied Distributors), serving them as a single point of contact for select insurance carriers. NBP also develops best-in-class insurance products and supports its Allied Distributors with underwriting, administration and consolidated billing services.

One comment

  • Suzanne Fontaine

    April 13, 2017 at 11:38 am

    A big thanks to NBP, USI and Alan Wire — we are grateful to have you as fellow Guardians of Childhood, helping provide the programs and services that make such a difference to the kids and families at St. Louis Children’s Hospital!!!


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