Community / Press

Fallston Animal Rescue Movement

June 2020

This past weekend our agency partnered with Erie Insurance and delivered supplies to Fallston Animal Rescue Movement, a local non profit animal rescue organization. https://fallstonanimalrescue.org. We are proud and honored to give back to our community!

Supplies for Baltimore County Police

May 2020

Redmer Insurance Group is honored to support Baltimore County Police Precinct 12 – Dundalk, Precinct 11 – Essex and Precinct 9 – White Marsh with a delivery of much needed supplies of hand sanitizer, alcohol wipes and paper towels. These critical supplies help to keep our officers safe, while they work hard to keep us safe!

Maryland Farmer’s Market Conference

March 2019

Ann Ansel and Troy Hays represented Redmer Insurance Group and lead a discussion with the participants on the importance of securing the right coverage for Farmers and Farm Market Managers who sponsor and/or sell at the Farmer’s Markets.

2nd Annual Par Fund Golf Tournament

Thursday, May 28, 2019

Redmer Insurance Group is proud to support the Baltimore County Police Assistance and Relief Fund again this year at the 2nd Annual PAR Fund Golf Tournament on May 28, 2019 at Greystone Golf Course in Baltimore County.

Ann Ansel, co-owner of Redmer Insurance Group, has served on the PAR Fund Board of Directors since 2013 and currently is the Board President. The PAR Fund’s mission is to help with financial assistance for sworn and civilian members of the Baltimore County Police Department in times of critical financial need.

Redmer Golf Tournament 2019

Believe In Tomorrow Children’s Foundation Supper
January 23, 2019

This is the 3rd year in a row we have prepared and served dinner to the families in residence. Our team lovingly prepares and serves a home cooked meal for the families in residence. This year’s theme was “Soup and Sandwich” featuring homemade soups, panini sandwiches, Caesar salad, Tossed salad, a Hot Cocoa station and cookies for desert.

We were happy to prepare and serve dinner again this year for the families at The Believe In Tomorrow Children’s House at Johns Hopkins! Pictured left to right: Liz Mika, Debra Quinn, Ann Ansel, Stephanie Fairley, Troy Hays and Terri Zerhusen.

BELIEVE IN TOMORROW CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION SUPPER 2019

Par Fund Golf Tournament

The Baltimore County Police Assistance & Relief Fund is looking for foursomes to play in their 1st Annual Golf Tournament on May 29, 2018. Beer, soda and water is available on the course, followed by lunch donated by Mission Barbeque. Please consider joining Redmer Insurance Group as a sponsor for this worthy cause. Read more

PAR FUND GOLF TOURNAMENT 2018

Redmer Insurance At The Maryland Dairy Convention!

On Friday, February 9th we participated in the MD Dairy Convention in Frederick, MD. We always look forward to connecting with the people who work hard to provide our food. The locally sourced cheeses and fresh ice cream were a delicious bonus!

We value all of our local farmers and hope to see them again next year.

Redmer Insurance Group’s Family Supper At The Believe In Tomorrow Children’s House At John’s Hopkins

REDMER INSURANCE GROUP’S FAMILY SUPPER AT THE BELIEVE IN TOMORROW CHILDREN’S HOUSE AT JOHN’S HOPKINS
On Wednesday, January 24th, Redmer Insurance Group spent the evening preparing a meal for the families staying at the Believe in Tomorrow Children’s House at John’s Hopkins. We prepared an indoor Barbecue for the families last year, and “Breakfast for Dinner” was our theme this year. It was a wonderful experience for our team, and the families we served were gracious and appreciative of the food we served.

Believe in Tomorrow Children’s House provides “overnight accommodations to families of children receiving treatment at the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, MD. Accommodating up to 15 families a night, the facility provides an average of 2,000 overnight stays each month to families from every state in the U.S. and over 82 countries worldwide. Its doors are located just two blocks from the hospital’s main entrance and serves as a national model for pediatric hospital housing.”