MAPPUS INSURANCE MAKES FIRST OF TWO DONATION INSTALLMANTS OF $2,500 to CWHC PROJECT

MAPPUS INSURANCE MAKES FIRST OF TWO DONATION INSTALLMANTS OF $2,500 to CWHC PROJECT

MAPPUS INSURANCE MAKES FIRST OF TWO DONATION INSTALLMANTS OF $2,500 to CWHC PROJECT

The Charleston World Heritage Coalition is pleased to announce that Charleston-based insurance firm Mappus Insurance has made a generous donation in support of Charleston’s effort to obtain World Heritage status for historic sites in the Lowcountry. The $2,500 donation is the first of two installments Mappus has pledged to contribute throughout the course of the year.

“There are many things in the world that we can learn and read about,” says Andrew Muller, president of Mappus Insurance. “But when it comes to the history of Charleston, we can actually touch, feel and see the history right in front of us. Having the ability to ‘live’ history is very powerful and something all should be able to do.”

Muller, a College of Charleston alumnus, is the newest addition to the CWHC board, a diverse group of community leaders dedicated to showcasing Charleston’s global historic significance. “To share the beautiful history of Charleston with the world through a world-class organization in UNESCO is an honor and privilege to us as a community. As someone who specializes in insuring historic properties, historic preservation is at the top of my list.”

About Mappus Insurance

Mappus Insurance is a leading Charleston-based insurance firm specializing in insuring historic properties, beach properties, flood insurance and high-net-worth families. The Mappus client advisors take a very hands-on approach in helping their clients protect their assets and belongings through a process called Mappus 365. The firm has been serving Charleston and Lowcountry families since 1960.

The Charleston World Heritage Coalition (CWHC) is a non-profit organization established in 2012 and funded by the City of Charleston, Historic Charleston Foundation and many others to nominate historic sites representative of the Charleston plantation culture as a UNESCO World Heritage Site – the highest cultural and historical designation bestowed on a place or landscape. Over 300 local businesses have signed on as Coalition members (free) in support of the project. Join the movement today: www.charlestonworldheritage.org/support-2/

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