GoodWorks Insurance

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Welcome to GoodWorks Insurance, a refreshing new concept in the insurance industry! At GoodWorks, we provide our clients throughout New England, New York and beyond with the most comprehensive insurance solutions and combine that with the truly excellent and personalized service you should expect from a local agent. As one of the strongest independent agencies in the Northeast, GoodWorks represents over 40 of the nation's most trusted insurance carriers, ensuring competitive prices, choice, and the ability to deliver special programs and the best coverage on difficult or complex risks.

While our products, expertise and service set us apart, our socially responsible business model and commitment to community distances GoodWorks from the competition, with no less than 50% of our Operating Profits each year donated to non-profits supporting local education, health, and safety programs.  In the process we get to feel truly good about the work we do - because when good works, everybody wins!  We invite you to explore our web site for more information on what we do and why we do it. We think you'll agree — GoodWorks Insurance offers a unique win/win solution for your insurance needs by protecting you, your business, your family and your assets — all while making important contributions that strengthen your community.  When you make your next decision on insurance make sure you are getting the most out of your relationship in terms of service, price and expertise, and then ask - What does your insurance company or agent do for your community?

  

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