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California Casualty’s Work Hard/Play Hard “Safe and Secure” Contest Gives First Responders a Chance to Win 5.11 Gear and a Liberty Safe
San Mateo, CA, January 5, 2021—California Casualty’s latest Work Hard/Play Hard contest will award three First Responders a prize package of 5.11 gear and funds to purchase their own Liberty Safe. Interested Firefighters, EMT and Law Enforcement are invited to enter at Contest4Heroes.com.
California Casualty Gives $5,000 to California Teachers Association (CTA) Disaster Relief Fund
San Mateo, CA, December 29, 2020—This month, California Casualty gave $5,000 to the California Teachers Association (CTA) Disaster Relief Fund. The fund, administered by CTA Member Benefits Department, is endowed to provide financial assistance to CTA members who have experienced significant losses due to natural or other disasters in California.
National Contest Awards Student Artists Over $10,000 For Their Peer-to-Peer Safe Driving Messages
San Mateo, CA, December 15, 2020—The winners of the Fall 2020 Create Real Impact Contest have been selected. Student artists submitted their creative pieces addressing the need to stop the #1 killer of young people – reckless and distracted driving – for an opportunity to win their share of over $10,000. Visit http://www.CreateRealImpact.com to meet the winners and see their work.
Oregon Volunteer Firefighters Association (OVFA) Member Wins California Casualty’s 2020 $5,000 STIHL® Tools Giveaway
San Mateo, CA, December 15, 2020 – During a surprise presentation December 11, OVFA member Destry S. learned that he was the winner of California Casualty’s 2020 Work Hard/Play Hard $5,000 STIHL® Tools Giveaway. Destry, a Firefighter at Umatilla County Fire District 1, was one of over 20,000 entries received. The national contest opened January 2020 with the winning entry randomly selected November 2nd.
NEA/PSEA Member Wins California Casualty’s $25,000 “Keep on Course” Jeep Compass Giveaway
San Mateo, CA, November 11, 2020 – During a surprise presentation on November 6, 2020, Penn Manor Education Association member and Counselor at Penn Manor High School in Millersville, PA, Marjean L., received the news that she won $25,000 through California Casualty’s “Keep on Course” (KOC) Giveaway. The national KOC contest launched January 2020 and ended early October—with Marjean randomly selected as the winner. Marjean’s entry was one of nearly 38,000 received.
California Casualty Awards Healthcare Heroes $1,000
San Mateo, CA, October 29, 2020 – One ONA-OR member and two ONA-OH members recently won $1,000 each through California Casualty’s Nurses Night Out giveaway. The program is open to all Ohio and Oregon Nurses who are members of the Ohio Nurses Association (ONA-OH) and Oregon Nurses Association (ONA-OR).
California Casualty Awards Educator $2,500 Academic Award
San Mateo, CA, October 27, 2020 – California Casualty’s latest $2,500 Academic Award recipient is a California First Grade Teacher and California Teachers Association Member—Irma A.
California Casualty’s 2020 Work Hard/Play Hard $5,000 STIHL® Tools Giveaway Ends Oct. 31
San Mateo, CA, September 29, 2020 – Time is running out for firefighters, EMTs and law enforcement officers to enter to win $5,000 of STIHL* tools by visiting www.contest4heroes.com.
Announcing California Casualty’s 2020 Music and Arts Grant Recipients
San Mateo, CA, September 14, 2020 – After careful consideration of more than 500 applications, California Casualty has designated 146 schools throughout the country as 2020 Music and Arts Grant awardees.
Educators and Students Can Win Their Share of $27,000 Through Create Real Impact “Stop Distracted Driving” Creative Contest
San Mateo, CA, August 25, 2020—Impact Teen Drivers Fall Create Real Impact Contest (CRI) once again invites students to get creative and speak out about the #1 killer of young people - reckless and distracted driving.
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