Giving Back in 2018
Serving our communities is a vital part of the FCCI Way. Through charitable donations and volunteering, we continue to build our communities and strong socially-responsible corporate citizenship.
Image of FCCI team volunteering at the Celery Fields in Sarasota
Hours volunteered
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Donated to charities
$428K
Raised for charities
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Units of blood donated
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Corporate Citizenship
We believe that volunteering is good for the soul. To put this into action, we raised company-paid volunteer time from four to eight hours to further encourage our teammates to go out into their communities and give back.
Company-paid volunteer hours get a raise
FCCI partnered with Habitat for Humanity Sarasota to sponsor our fifth home. In addition to a financial contribution, FCCI pledged at least 200 volunteer hours to the project.
FCCI sponsors fifth Habitat for Humanity home
With distracted driving on the rise, FCCI has launched a video series to empower our agents and policyholders to start a conversation about how to mitigate the risks while behind the wheel. See the videos on FCCI’s YouTube channel.
A conversation starter for distracted driving
Along with Jon Lunderberg and Buiten & Associates Insurance (Grand Rapids, Michigan), FCCI’s Risk Control created co-branded posters to keep children safe in the Kidstruction Zone, an interactive play zone in the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum. Learn more at https://www.grcm.org/kidstruction-zone
Safety first (especially for kids)
Sherry Smith, Senior Regulatory Filing Specialist, Product Management, Home Office, received the FCCI Hero Award in the spring of 2018. She has given back to her community for more than 20 years. She continues to volunteer for Cairo High School, where her sons attended; the American Cancer Society, where she serves on the planning committee for local charity events; and annual retreats for students where they distribute food for families.

Mel Parkins, Office Administrator, Southeast Region, received the FCCI Hero Award in the fall of 2018 for her exemplary service as a Volunteer Advocate with the Gwinnett Sexual Assault Center and Gwinnett Children’s Advocacy Center (GCAC) in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a vital member of the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART), which responds to teen and adult victims of sexual assault.
FCCI Heroes
Sherry Smith and Craig Johnson
Mel Parkins
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