Serving our communities
We’re thrilled to know we can help make our community a better place for us all. Our support goes to local charitable, civic, and educational organizations that serve the needs of people in our community through financial gifts and volunteerism.
Community Commitment Program
The Community Commitment Program supports nonprofit and other organizations with corporate donations.
Our Community Commitment committee evaluates all requests and determines how best to support nonprofit and other organizations with corporate donations. The committee prioritizes our giving by focusing on people’s most basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, and safety. We’re also committed to supporting positive youth development and educational opportunities, as well as to the vitality of our local environment and the arts.
Our associates also look to us to help reach charitable organizations they’re passionate about through SECURA’s Matching Gift Program. This program generously doubles associates’ personal donations to nonprofit organizations of their choice. Through volunteering, sponsorships, and charitable giving, we’re proud to work with so many great organizations that help strengthen and uplift our community.
Community-focused organizations SECURA supports
Bubolz Nature Preserve
Fox Valley Symphony
Rebuilding Together Fox Valley
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region
Building for Kids Children’s Museum
Community Clothes Closet
St. Vincent DePaul
Loaves & Fishes
CASA of the Fox Cities
Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services
American Cancer Society
St. Joseph Food Program
Sexual Assault Crisis Center
Special Olympics of Wisconsin
Multiple Sclerosis Society
Community Benefit Tree
St. Baldrick’s Foundation
United Way Fox Cities
YMCA Strong Kids Campaign
Boys & Girls Clubs
Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
To qualify for consideration
If your organization fits these criteria and you’d like to request support, please complete SECURA’s grant application.
Generally, SECURA does not provide financial gifts to organizations that are:
- Raising money for a benefit to an individual
- State or national fundraising campaigns
- Sports teams seeking sponsorships
- Political or religious organizations requesting money for political, controversial, or strictly religious purposes
- Groups that are building a “nest egg” fund for a future need
- Programs that are funded by another company
Other efforts include creating habitat that attracts and holds wildlife on our 200 acres, an employee garden where associates can manage their own garden space, and an apple orchard.
Launched on the 40th anniversary of Earth Day in 2010, our Sustainability Committee encourages our associates, agents, policyholders, and the community to reduce their own environmental impact. In recognition of our sustainability initiatives, we have been recognized by the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council with a Green Master designation.