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Help Our Community Referral Program

A referral is the highest compliment you can give us…and to show our appreciate, we’ll give something back to a local charity.

Your referrals will help support
A New Beginning Pet Rescue!

Help us support the A New Beginning Pet Rescue from January 1st thru April 31st, 2017! Your referrals mean the world to us. We work hard to earn each referral with great service and appreciation for your business every day. As our way of saying thank you, we're continuing our "Help Our Community" referral program. We love supporting the charitable efforts in our community, so we've tied referrals and charitable giving together. Please share this with a friend by clicking "Refer a Friend," so we can help A New Beginning Pet Rescue.

Here's how the referral program works: For every referral we receive we will be donating a pound of food for every referral we get.

  • That's it. The person you refer doesn't have to purchase a policy from us.
  • What qualifies as a referral? A referral is when we get a call for a quote from someone saying you referred them to us.
  • There are many worthy charitable organizations in our community. Help us help them!

Refer A Friend

Use this form to help submit a friend or family member who you think
would enjoy the great services provided by Harry Levine Insurance.

So we know who to thank.

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Find out more about A New Beginning Pet Rescue.

A New Beginning Pet Rescue

Our Mission:
"To provide safe, temporary housing and medical care, as needed, to rescued pets. To provide care until permanent placement with new families can be found. To promote the no-kill philosophy for future generations by guaranteeing each pet's sterility. To accept donations and contributions to support the organization's stated goals."

About A New Beginning Pet Rescue
We primarily rescue animals that are on death row at local Animal Control agencies to save the lives of the animals. Unfortunately, traditional local shelters are forced to use euthanasia regardless of age or health, as a means to control "overpopulation" of "unwanted" animals. The purpose of our organization is to save discarded companion pets' lives and find new homes for them.
  • We have a network of foster homes that help take care of our homeless pets until we can find permanent homes for them.
  • We need loving foster homes to provide temporary housing for our pets.
  • Adopting pets since 2001.
  • We have helped adopt cats, dogs, ferrets, iguanas, rabbits, and so many more