We recognize our success is dependent upon strong relationships with the communities where we live and serve. Our defined approach to being a responsible corporate citizen is grounded in fostering stronger, more stable communities. This methodology includes encouraging and incentivizing our colleagues throughout our Midwest footprint to give their time and talents to support worthy causes and strengthening our communities through our provision of resources.
We are proud to share a list of the sponsorships, campaigns and programs that we engage in to help create and sustain healthy communities.
After winning their regional event in June, Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting (ABRC) colleagues Michael Korf, Sean Smith, Sean McBride, and Carl Godziek will compete in the national Chubb Charity Challenge event in September at Whistling Straits in Kohler, WI. A first place finish at the national event would win $50,000 for the contestants' chosen charity, Vail Place.
From May 1 to June 14, colleagues from the Associated Women’s Network (AWN) collected donations of professional attire such as suits, maternity wear and accessories for the nonprofit Dress for Success, supporting low-income women on their road to self-sufficiency. AWN capped off the initiative June 21 with a volunteer event, serving as "image" coaches and mock interviewers for Dress for Success clientele.
On Thursday, March 14, students with autism visited a Minnesota Wild hockey practice to get a feel for gameday experience as part of an event sponsored by Associated Bank, the Minnesota Wild, and the Autism Society of Minnesota (AuSM).
Recently, volunteers from ABRC helped set up and decorate Cornerstone's Holiday Shop as part of Associated’s Roots in Our Community volunteerism program. During the holidays, Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting (ABRC) works with Cornerstone, a nonprofit agency dedicated to creating communities where individuals and families are safe and children thrive (learn more at cornerstonemn.org).
Urban Homeworks received a grant from Westfield Insurance Foundation thanks to the help of Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting (ABRC). The grant is part of the Westfield Legacy of Caring program, which invites Westfield independent insurance agents to nominate a local nonprofit in the areas of disaster recovery, insurance pathways, family stability or safety.
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