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California Casualty Honors American Heroes

San Mateo, CA, August 1, 2016 … American heroes need thanks and appreciation now more than ever.

Relieve Classroom Prep with California Casualty's $2,500 Academic Award

San Mateo, CA, June 22, 2016 … Whether it's for new books, electronic tablets or exciting field trips, California Casualty is ready to help educators with a $2,500 Academic Award.

$1,000 Award to Help Kansas Nurse Re-energize

San Mateo, CA, June 9, 2016 … LPN Kendra Ojwang is being rewarded for her hard work and caring with a $1,000 Nurses Night Out from California Casualty.

$15,000 Awarded in National "Create Real Impact" Teen Safe Driving Campaign

San Mateo, CA, June 8, 2016 … After sorting through more than 2,000 entries, the winners of the 2016 Spring Create Real Impact awards, presented by Impact Teen Drivers and California Casualty, have been announced.

California Casualty Congratulates California Gold Ribbon Schools

San Mateo, CA, April 29, 2016 … The future of education in California is very bright as evidenced by the 780 elementary schools recognized as 2016 Gold Ribbon Schools. Regional ceremonies were held in May across the Golden State.

Auto Recalls: What You Need to Know

San Mateo, CA, April 29, 2016 … Millions of Americans are driving a car that has been recalled because of a safety concern. The statistics are a bit unsettling – the number of recalled vehicles reached 51 million in 2015, second only to 2014's record of 60 million vehicles.

California Casualty Helps 86 Schools Gain a Competitive Edge with 2016 Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grants

San Mateo, CA, April 28, 2016 … California Casualty congratulates the five Washington State schools and districts that have been named 2016 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools awardees. They are among 64 districts and schools across the nation this year who achieved the honor.

$2,500 Academic Award from California Casualty to Help NJ Students Stay in Shape

San Mateo, CA, April 13, 2016 … Anthony (Tony) Magliaro's dedication to keeping students physically fit and active will be a little easier, thanks to a $2,500 Academic Award from California Casualty.

California Casualty Helps 86 Schools Gain a Competitive Edge with 2016 Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grants

San Mateo, CA, April 1, 2016 … Athletes at 86 public high schools from 34 states will benefit from a 2016 Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant from California Casualty. The schools will share $102,500 that will go towards purchasing new equipment, improving athlete safety and offsetting sports participation fees.

California Casualty's Work Hard/Play Hard Contest Provides California Officer Life-Changing $25,000

San Mateo, CA, March 31, 2016 … "This is like a gift from God," said Robert S. after a surprise announcement that he was the latest recipient of the California Casualty Work Hard/Play Hard contest.

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Email: jenglese@calcas.com
Tel: 650.572.4539