Congratulations to Meredith-Dunn Learning Disabilities Center in Louisville, Kentucky and Dress the Child in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The charities will receive $10,000 and $5,000, respectively, from Safeco Insurance® on top of the volunteer support they receive from Old Kentucky Insurance and Pat Campbell Insurance.
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.
Safeco Insurance is pleased to announce today the nonprofit winners of the Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Contest this fall.
Safeco Insurance is inviting the public to vote online or leave a virtual cheer for their favorite entry in the Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Contest for fall.
DocuSign, Inc. and Safeco Insurance announced a new partnership to integrate DocuSign’s Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform into Safeco’s Agent Portal to help agents keep business fully digital.
Safeco Insurance is pleased to announce today the nonprofit winners of the Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Contest this summer.
Safeco Insurance is inviting the public to vote online or leave a virtual cheer for their favorite entry in the Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Contest for summer.
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.
LiveLifeLocal, launched in March, provides short summaries and photos of activities entered by its crowdsource of users and separated by city and state.