In the Community
Making a Difference in our Communities
Through Social Responsibility
Community Partners Program
We are committed to improving the environments and quality of life in the communities where our company has a presence.
MAPFRE | Commerce Insurance believes in working together to accomplish greater goals and recognizes how all contributions can truly have a positive impact. The essence of why we established the Community Partners Program is rooted in a philosophy that great things often start with one small idea, hope, or dream to make the world a better place to live and work.
United Way Day of Caring The United Way Day of Caring is truly a community–wide effort! Local volunteers focus one day each year on improvement projects that help local agencies and our communities. In support of this effort, MAPFRE | Commerce Insurance employees literally reach out with helping hands to assist those in need.
United Blood Service and American Red Cross Blood Drives
MAPFRE | Commerce Insurance partners with the American Red Cross and United Blood Service to host many blood drives throughout the year.
American Cancer Society "Making Strides Against Cancer" Walk
Each year MAPFRE | Commerce Insurance employees join together to participate in walking to honor breast cancer survivors, raise awareness about the disease and raise funds to help save lives.
Food DrivesMAPFRE Commerce | Insurance employees often contribute to support regional Food Banks. As part of MAPFRE | Commerce Insurance's approach to healthy living, the "Ready Set Go! Recipes for Life" Company cookbook was published with over 200 healthy recipes contributed by employees. All proceeds from the sale of this cookbook are donated to and support regional food banks across the United States.
- In 2011, employees donated non-perishable food items to feed over 2,400 people.
MAPFRE | Commerce Insurance partners with InControl Crash Prevention Training to offer a potential discount on Commerce Insurance auto insurance policies for those who complete the training program. For more information about InControl visit http://www.driveincontrol.com/
Teen Driving Safety
To help promote teen safe driving and assist local high schools, the C.A.R.E.S. in the Community Program donated two damaged automobiles to Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School for students to repair. Experienced technicians provided assistance in the structural repair process and to the students. The "brand new" repaired automobiles were raffled with the proceeds totaling more than $33,000 to benefit three area high schools.