Clarke & Cohen is a 100 year old, fourth generation public adjusting company helping people manage their insurance claim when they have a property loss due to fires, floods, bad weather or other disasters.
We are honoring our centennial with acts of kindness in a yearlong philanthropic campaign called #DoingWellbyDoingGood.
Philadelphia Public Adjuster Doing Good
For our 100th Anniversary, in the midst of a pandemic and social justice crisis, Clarke & Cohen celebrates the spirit of hope that guides people in trying times. The company is investing in acts of hope that bring health, happiness and joy to fellow Philadelphians.
Beginning in February with deliveries of hearty lunches to firehouses in the communities that we serve, our team travels on the first Friday of every month to deliver to firehouses throughout the city and suburbs.
On #NationalRandomActsofKindnessDay in February, we partnered with Mighty Writers to level up our efforts. We set up an Acts of Kindness POD in our parking lot on Belmont Avenue in Bala Cynwyd—conveniently located just off City Avenue and the Expressway.
We partnered with our local schools from Lower Merion School District to spread the word and are collecting kids books, feminine products and baby formula—three items specifically needed by the families in the Mighty Writers community.
The public may bring donated items our office, located at 510 Belmont Avenue in Bala Cynwyd. Items may be left in the storage pod at the front of the property, Monday Wednesday-Friday from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Mighty Writers is in need of:
- New or gently used books for children, ages 0-10
- Baby formula and baby wipes
- Feminine products (pads, tampons)
- Monetary donations, via mightywriters.org
Clarke & Cohen is choosing to support entrepreneurial and inventive causes and institutions that serve the public as well as local firehouses throughout the region. The company has always been philanthropic, but aims to support more people than ever, as part of their “Doing Well by Doing Good” initiative. We are a Philadelphia Public Adjuster Doing Good by performing Acts of Kindness.
“We meet our clients in times of extreme distress. Their property is ruined by a fire, flood or extreme weather. Their plans are upended, their investments have been ruined and they feel hopeless. Our company has been operating this way for 100 years,” said Rich Cohen, CEO, Clarke & Cohen.
“Through four generations and 100 years, it became obvious, that the thing we like most about our work is that we have the privilege of bringing hope to people when they need it most.”
Click here for the 6abc Action News Video (3-minute mark) about our campaign.