Jason and Tawny Carey picked up their first GSB check in April after three strong months of personal production in 2015.
The Careys, who live in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., selected Helping Hands to receive a check for $500 because of their hard work through the GSB program.
The Careys said programs like the GSB are one of the things that separates The Alliance from other people in insurance.
"We love that The Alliance and Andy Albright believe in giving back in a meaningful way to people who need help," the Careys said. "We are making a difference to people we haven't even met. It is a great feeling to give back and we plan to do even more in the future."