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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.
Helping Teachers Help Their Classrooms: Win $2,500 for Your Classroom with an Academic Award from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, October 25, 2012 … As more and more educators reach into their own pockets to provide supplies for their classrooms, California Casualty announces a new Academic Award program to help educators help their students. This $2,500 Academic Award will go to one K-12 public school teacher per year.
Warner Middle School, Westminster, CA Wins California Casualty's School Lounge Makeover
San Mateo, CA, October 11, 2012 … The newest winner of a $7,500 School Lounge Makeover contest sponsored by California Casualty is Warner Middle School in Westminster, CA.
Deserving Nurse Wins Trip to Hershey "Chocolate Spa"
San Mateo, CA, October 1, 2012 … California Casualty announced that Joyce DeZutti, a nurse with Edward Hospital in Naperville, IL was the winner of the all-expenses-paid getaway for four nurses to The Hotel Hershey, where they will be pampered with a day at the world-famous "Chocolate Spa".
High School Athletic Programs Compete for California Casualty Grants
San Mateo, CA, August 15, 2012 … California Casualty announced today the dates of the application period for its Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant program for public high schools. Applications will be accepted between September 15, 2012 and January 15, 2013.
Ohio Teachers Win Completely Renovated Teachers Lounge for the New School Year
San Mateo, CA, August 28, 2012 … With back-to-school season in full gear, one local high school is starting the year off right by welcoming its teachers back to a new and improved faculty lounge.
Thirty-eight Educators to Receive National Recognition With the California Casualty Awards for Teaching Excellence
Washington, DC, July 25, 2012 … The NEA Foundation today announced the names of the 38 public school educators who will receive the California Casualty Awards for Teaching Excellence.
Fifty-nine High Schools Across Nation Receive Grants from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, April 5, 2012 … California Casualty announced today it has awarded 59 grants totaling $75,000 to assist public high school athletic programs nationwide.
Pennsylvania Firefighter Wins Harley Davidson 48 from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, March 28, 2012 … When he received the phone call, Pennsylvania firefighter Robert LaMantia was over the moon. He could hardly contain himself – he'd never won anything in his life.
San Mateo, CA, January 15, 2012 … California Casualty announced it is extending the application deadline for a grant program providing relief to athletics programs struggling financially in public high schools. Those seeking assistance now have until February 15, 2012 to request a Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant.
Historic Firefighting Steamer Engine Education Program Receives $10,000 from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, December 21, 2011 … In an ongoing effort to support American communities, California Casualty has donated $10,000 to the California State Firefighters Association (CSFA) Steamer Team educational program. This program employs a fully restored 1902 Steamer Engine drawn by three Belgian draft horses.
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