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It's our duty to keep on top of issues and news that affect you—public service professionals. Whether it's a press release about California Casualty's involvement in your community, news items from the headlines that impact your family's safety, economic forecasts, or statistics, we want you to know that we are keeping up on the things happening in your world. Be sure to check back here often for articles and announcements that are informative and relevant to what is happening in your world.
California Casualty Celebrates California Nurse Practitioners
San Mateo, CA, December 19, 2014 … California Casualty celebrated the important work of California nurse practitioners throughout the entire month of November, with a chance to win free membership to the California Association for Nurse Practitioners (CANP).
The Clock is Winding Down to Score a California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant
San Mateo, CA, December 29, 2014 … Just like catching a last second touchdown or hitting a three pointer at the buzzer, time is running short to score a California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant for your public high school. Hurry, applications are due by January 15, 2015 for this current school year.
Connecticut Nurse Enjoys a Healing Weekend From California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, December 17, 2014 … "It's nice when our hard work gets noticed," said RN Tracie Crisafulli as she began her stay at the Hotel Hershey and World Famous Chocolate Spa® in Hershey, Pennsylvania this past weekend. Tracie is the most recent winner of California Casualty's "Give A Nurse A Break" contest.
California Casualty is Presenting Sponsor of California Program Honoring Educators That Make a Difference
San Mateo, CA, December 17, 2014 … Most of us have a memory of a teacher or school program that sparked an interest to achieve. The California Department of Education's School Recognition Program harnesses the passion of caring educators, support staff and schools; honoring their efforts to provide every student with the opportunity to succeed.
New Jersey School Secretary Answers the Call for California Casualty's $7,500 School Lounge Makeover Contest
San Mateo, CA, December 15, 2014 … Colleen Leslie took a break from answering phones and typing correspondence at Apshawa Elementary School to attend a staff meeting last week. That's where she got the exciting news that she had won the latest $7,500 School Lounge Makeover from California Casualty.
California Casualty's $10,000 Firehouse Makeover Gives New Vitality to Northwood, IA
San Mateo, CA, November 21, 2014 … The entire Northwood, Iowa community is benefitting from the latest California Casualty $10,000 Firehouse Makeover, won by volunteer firefighter Ryan Severson in October.
California Casualty "Revs Up" the "Work Hard/Play Hard" Contest
San Mateo, CA, October 27, 2014 … The winner of California Casualty's next "Work Hard/Play Hard" contest will have their choice of a 2015 special edition peace officer or firefighter/EMT Harley-Davidson® FLHP Road King or $25,000. It's California Casualty's biggest prize yet!
California Casualty's $2,500 Academic Award Will Go a Long Way for CA Educator
San Mateo, CA, October 22, 2014 … Elizabeth Thompson will have plenty of resources to help her students for the next couple of years. The primary special day class teacher at Fair Oaks Elementary School in Oakdale, California is the latest winner of California Casualty's $2,500 Academic Award.
California Casualty Gives Iowa Fire Department a $10,000 Firehouse Makeover
San Mateo, CA, October 20, 2014 … Volunteer firefighter Ryan Severson will be adding a $10,000 Firehouse Makeover to his legacy with the Northwood Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company (NVFC) in Northwood, Iowa. Ryan, a 15 year veteran of the fire company, won the final California Casualty $10,000 Firehouse Makeover contest.
Give Your Public High School a Sporting Chance: Apply For a California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant
San Mateo, CA, October 8, 2014 … As the school-year gets rolling, many districts are faced with the challenge to balance the many financial needs of their student-based programs. If your public high school's athletics program is in need of funding, apply for a 2015 California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant.
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