The following are some frequently asked questions that we receive at Mutual Aid Agency regarding the claims process:
One minute you’re strapping a little mini-me into a car seat, and the next, you’re strapping yourself into the passenger seat, clutching the door handle while your teen takes the wheel for the first time.
Last year, we celebrated Mother’s Day with an open note of thanks to our moms. This year, we are giving a shout-out to all the men in our lives who helped to shape us into the people we are today.
If you’re a dog person, you know there’s nothing quite like coming home to one. Our furry friends greet us with loyal excitement whether we’re gone for five minutes or five days. They are dependably wonderful.
While we reflect on the old year and make plans for 2023, MAA would like to share our big hopes. We’re resolving to change some things while keeping others exactly the same.
It’s safe to say we’re all weary and in need of rest—the past few years haven’t been easy on anyone—but the 2020s have been especially trying for those who work in ministry.
A bit of yeast leavens the whole loaf, a flickering candle lights a dark room, and a tiny mustard seed grows into a towering tree: Little things make a big impact.
When you purchase insurance through Mutual Aid Agency, you get comprehensive coverage and peace of mind. You also become part of something bigger than insurance—doing good for the good of doing it. And when it comes to service, you enjoy personal attention from the MAA team.
While you might be familiar with many of the faces of MAA—the staff and agents who make our work possible—you might be unaware that there is a Board of Directors that serves behind the scenes of our organization.
While a staple holiday both in America and across the world, Mother’s Day was created just over 100 years ago, in 1907, by Anna Jarvis. A peace activist, Anna wanted to honor mothers everywhere, celebrating them for all they do in the world.