Academy 4 was awarded a $10,000 donation from TWFG Insurance through the 2023 Liberty Mutual® and Safeco Insurance® Make More Happen Awards program. Back Third Row, Left to Right (3 people): Michael Gonzalez, Academy 4 Systems & Research Analyst; Addison Duckworth, Academy 4 Development Assistant; Jenna Schmidt, Academy 4 Program Manager Middle Row, Left to Right (2 people): Heather Moses, Academy 4 Office Manager; Edwina Young, Academy 4 Area Director Front Row, Left to Right (3 people in front of check): Terrence Butler, Academy 4 VP of Development; Stephanie Greer, Safeco Insurance Territory Manager; Troy Tuomey, TWFG Insurance Branch Owner. (Courtesy | TWFG Insurance)

Thanks to the communities’ support, Fort Worth’s TWFG Insurance has officially awarded a $10,000 donation to Academy 4, a local organization dedicated to equipping communities and churches to build impactful, lasting relationships with underserved schools and families. The $10,000 award will help fund Academy 4 to expand its mentoring program to more schools throughout Fort Worth and beyond.

Troy Tuomey, TWFG Insurance Fort Worth Owner, originally received a $5,000 donation for Academy 4, thanks to a submission process with Liberty Mutual® and Safeco Insurance® through their 2023 Make More Happen™ Awards. A story of their local partnership was featured on the official Make More Happen microsite,, where TWFG Insurance had the opportunity to raise an additional $5,000 by conducting a local awareness campaign for the nonprofit. Together with the community, the goal was met increasing the total donation to $10,000 for Academy 4!

Throughout 2023, Liberty Mutual and Safeco Insurance will select up to 37 independent agents nationwide for a Make More Happen Award donating up to $370,000 to the nonprofits they support. Agencies became eligible for the award by submitting an application and photos demonstrating their commitment to a specific nonprofit.

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