Since our founding over 90 years ago, Farmers Insurance® has valued working with purpose and creating a meaningful impact. We have a commitment to serve the communities where our customers, agents and employees live, work and play. And as Farmers strives to maintain a high standard of corporate citizenship, we dedicate our time and resources to all aspects of disaster resilience, including preparedness, response and recovery.
"The measure of our worth is not what we have done for ourselves, but what we have done for others."
Community Outreach Programs
We reward employees who give back to their communities with a program called the Volunteer Incentive Program (VIP), making charitable donations to non-profits they care about. For each of the past six years, we’ve selected employees to volunteer for one- or two-week opportunities to rebuild homes in communities devastated by disasters such as tornadoes, floods and hurricanes.
Farmers is also focused on initiatives that assist our operations to be more sustainable. This includes changes in the way we manage our facilities and our fleet. We’re working to: make our buildings greener; encourage electric vehicle (EV) use with charging stations at some sites; reduce energy consumption with carpool programs and flex time; strive to reduce internal paper usage, and deploy a mobile claims center bus with green features.
The Farmers Family Fund is a potential resource for Farmers employees who experience significant and immediate financial hardship caused by catastrophic circumstances outside their control. Any full-time Farmers employee (or, in cases of employee deaths, the spouse or dependent of a full-time employee) may apply for financial support from the Fund. In eight years, we’ve awarded more than $2.4 million in grants to employees in need.
“My daughter, Taylor, has uncontrollable epilepsy and was in need of a service dog that would not only detect Taylor’s seizures before they happened, but also give major emotional support during other numerous procedures and surgeries.”
– Senior Service Advocate
“I started a public crowd-based fundraising page, and while I was able to raise some of the $15,000 needed to qualify for a dog, I was several thousand short, and the Fund was able to help provide the final amount needed in order to get a date set and start the training.”
– Field Claims Supervisor