Thirty nonprofits throughout Oregon and Washington, including Powerful Schools in Seattle, received a combined total of $700,000 in grants from the Safeco Insurance Foundation. Showcasing the 2013 Education Initiative at the Aug. 26 Mariners game on Safeco Field are Safeco Insurance Foundation Director Paul Hollie and Powerful Schools representatives Tre’ Maxie, executive director, and Sri Remala, board member.
To help customers promptly and safely recover from the devastating storm system that hit the Midwest, Liberty Mutual Personal Insurance companies – Liberty Mutual and Safeco – have sent teams of catastrophe claims specialists to the area to handle claims, including property experts in the hardest-hit areas and specialists available by telephone.
The Vote for your Favorite Safeco Insurance® Community Hero contest ended today with three individuals earning top honors and additional donations from Safeco Insurance for the nonprofit organizations they support.
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Four glass works by major contemporary glass artists are part of a large donation being given to Tacoma’s Museum of Glass by the Washington Art Consortium, the nonprofit museum association has announced. The consortium also is donating pieces to the Museum of Northwest Art in La Conner. The total gift amounts to more than 200 works of art that the Safeco Insurance group originally donated to the consortium in 2010 from its renowned collection of Northwest art.
Safeco Insurance has been selected as the winner of the Education Corporate Champion Award that is co-sponsored by the Puget Sound Business Journal and The Seattle Foundation.
Safeco celebrates the one-year countdown to the Sochi WInter Games and Liberty Mutual's new partnership of the United States Olympic Committee and Team USA.
Safeco Insurance wins a SAMMY award, the best overall work among the entries on display at the Insurance Marketing and Communications Association's annual meeting, for its television ad series.
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