Supporting your domestic church means helping keep your family financially protected. Our agents remain committed to offering you this protection
By Matthew St. John
Social distancing has put a lot of things on hold, but Knights of Columbus agents continue to serve members and their families, helping them identify financial solutions that give them protection and peace of mind.
Agents throughout the United States and Canada have gone digital, holding meetings with members and their families via Skype, as well as submitting and processing applications electronically.
“This is becoming a great medium for our members,” said Knights of Columbus General Agent Chris Stark of Fort Worth, Texas. “They love the convenience of being able to chat over Skype. This is going to change the way we interact with our members long-term — and for the better.”
“People have a lot of uncertainty right now,” Stark continued. “We’ve got small business owners. We’ve got people furloughed. We’ve got people switching careers. And we’ve got many people with more time on their hands than they expected. So we’re having some really deep conversations with members and their families every day about how they can protect themselves financially, and how the Knights fit into that picture.”
To find out how the Knights may fit into your picture, reach out to your agent today and invite him into your home — virtually — for a conversation. To find your agent, click here.
Published in a special bi-weekly edition of Knightline, a resource for K of C leaders and members. To access Knightline’s monthly archives, click here.