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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.
New California Casualty Video Shows the Best of “Cops and Kids”
San Mateo, CA, March 25, 2018 – "I’m seeing the reason I come to work each day.”
Win a $7,500 Garage Makeover from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, March 1, 2019 – California Casualty wants to thank first responders with a new Work Hard/Play Hard Sweepstakes. One lucky law enforcement officer, firefighter or EMT will receive a $7,500 Garage Makeover. Public safety professionals can enter at www.contest4heroes.com.
California Firefighters Receive Fire Photo Awards in CSFA/California Casualty Photo Contest
San Mateo, CA, February 26, 2019 – Have you ever wondered what it’s like being on the frontline of a fire, feeling the heat and battling the flames? California Casualty and the California State Firefighters’ Association (CSFA) are providing a glimpse with the CSFA photo contest.
California Casualty Salutes the Nation’s Top Educators
San Mateo, CA, February 12, 2019 – California Casualty congratulates the best and brightest educators in the United States who were celebrated February 8 at the NEA Foundation’s 2019 Salute to Excellence in Education Gala in Washington, D.C. California Casualty is a sponsor of the gala.
California Casualty has Dollars for Public School Music and Art Programs
San Mateo, CA, February 1, 2019 – California Casualty has introduced a new grant program to benefit school music and arts programs. Educators at public K-12 schools can apply for a $250 Music and Arts Grant at www.calcasmusicartsgrant.com. The entry deadline is June 30, 2019, with grants awarded in September.
Three First Responders Receive Prizes from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, January 19, 2019 – California firefighter Trent Knuckles is the latest recipient of California Casualty’s “Better Safe Than Sorry” Work Hard/Play Hard Sweepstakes. He won one of three prize packages that included a check for $2,250 to purchase the Liberty Colonial Safe of the winner’s choice, and a collection of 5.11 tactical gear that included a carry bag, backpack, RAID Glasses, flashlight, hats and more. The value of the package was $2,950.
Paradise, California Educators Get Special School Lounge Makeover from California Casualty
San Mateo, CA, January 18, 2019 – Knowing the emotional and physical trauma the Camp Fire inflicted on educators in Paradise, California, California Casualty is providing a $7,500 School Lounge Makeover® to make their time at school a little easier.
$15,000 Available to Students in Spring Create Real Impact Safe Driving Contest
San Mateo, CA, January 14, 2019 – What would you say to prevent distracted driving and how would you say it? That’s the challenge to students ages 14-22 as the Spring 2019 Create Real Impact Contest, presented by Impact Teen Drivers and California Casualty, kicks off.
California Casualty Applauds California’s Teachers of the Year
San Mateo, CA, January 4, 2019 – California Casualty congratulates the five 2019 California Teachers of the Year who were recently honored for their exceptional impact on students, schools and their communities. The annual gala was sponsored by California Casualty.
CSFA/California Casualty Team Up for Photo Contest
San Mateo, CA, December 28, 2018 – Have you ever wondered what it’s like being on the frontline of a fire, feeling the heat and battling the flames? California Casualty and the California State Firefighters’ Association (CSFA) are providing a glimpse with the CSFA photo contest.
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