The American heroes we work with give so much to help others, even in times of adversity, and we feel an obligation to say thanks by giving back in meaningful ways that let them know how grateful we are for all they do.
SAN MATEO, Calif. (PRWEB) December 29, 2017
Helping others is at the heart of California Casualty’s values. The company, which provides auto and home insurance to American heroes, is proud of the donations it made in 2017 to the professions it serves: educators, peace officers, firefighters/EMTs and nurses.
A total of $433,730 was given through a variety of awards, sponsorships, grants and programs that directly benefitted affinity groups and members across the nation. Some of the highlights included:
- $83,000 in Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grants to benefit high school and middle school sports programs
- $57,500 to relief funds that assisted educators, law enforcement officers and firefighters whose homes or apartments suffered damage or were destroyed by the Texas and Florida hurricanes and in California fires
- $30,000 as part of its commitment to Impact Teen Drivers and the Create Real Impact program to end distracted teen driving
- $26,700 Academic Award and Help Your Classroom grants to assist educators in funding classroom materials and projects
- $20,000 in the Promise to Drive Focused sweepstakes in conjunction with the NEA and NEA affiliates to promote safe driving
- $5,000 Work Hard/Play Hard first responder award
- $4,000 Nurses Night Out thank you grants
To complement the company's financial commitments, California Casualty employees also donated resources and hundreds of hours of time to group sponsored events such as benefit fairs and fundraisers. Staff at each of the company’s service centers also participated in activities to raise funds for fallen firefighters, cancer research, the American Heart Association, food banks, school supplies, holiday giving programs and food and comfort for homeless pets.
“The American heroes we work with give so much to help others, even in times of adversity, and we feel an obligation to say thanks by giving back in meaningful ways that let them know how grateful we are for all they do,” said California Casualty CEO Beau Brown.
California Casualty encourages others to give to causes that help others. It’s a great way to end 2017.
Learn more about California Casualty and the many ways it helps the affinity groups it partners with at http://www.calcas.com/newsroom.
Headquartered in San Mateo, California, with Service Centers in Arizona, Colorado and Kansas, California Casualty provides auto and home insurance to educators, law enforcement officers, firefighters and nurses across the country. Founded in 1914, California Casualty has been led by four generations of the Brown family. To learn more about California Casualty, or to request an auto insurance quote, please visit http://www.calcas.com or call 1.800.800.9410.