Have sports programs at your school been impacted by inadequate budgets?
Public high school and middle schools sports teams in need of financial help can score $1,000 for their sports programs with a California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant. California Casualty, provider of the NEA® Auto & Home Insurance Program, provides grants to offset budget cuts that have affected middle and high school athletics.
Click here for details and entry forms. Applications must be received by January 15, 2022, for consideration for the 2021-2022 school year.
Thanks to California Casualty Athletics Grants from previous years, Crosby High School Head Football Coach David Jurewicz was able to purchase a tackling and blocking sled to increase his Waterbury football team’s safety, Stonington crew coach Bruce Yarnall was able to purchase a new set of grips for existing oars, oar locks, and riggers, and Mary Kay Rendock was able to purchase uniforms and specialty catcher gloves for her middle school softball team in Bloomfield (pictured above in 2017).
California Casualty has served educators since 1951 and has been providing the NEA® Auto & Home Insurance program since 2000. The company gives back through numerous Community Impact Initiatives. Learn more about the NEA® Auto & Home Insurance Program provided by California Casualty at www.calcas.com/neamb.