GEICO Cares. It is not just a slogan—it's who we are, what we stand for and what we do. Rather than tell you about how we're bettering the communities in which we work and live, we want to show you! Check out these videos to see how GEICO is making a difference in our local communities, with some very big impacts.
In the Community
Good Causes, Volunteers, Education, Green Efforts, and More
Giving back and making our communities stronger. It may not sound like the work of a large insurance company. It may even sound too serious for the folks who bring you the quirky commercials and adorable Gecko! At GEICO, however, our commitment to provide outstanding community service is no less than our goal to provide excellent customer service to our policyholders.
We support and encourage the good works being done in communities across the country by many of our 39,000 associates. Whether it's reading, teaching, walking, volunteering, or fund-raising, GEICO associates are actively involved with schools, disaster relief efforts, national and local charities, etc. Take a look at just some of what we've been up to.
GEICO Cares about children in our communities. For over 40 years, GEICO has proudly supported Children's National Hospital's mission to ensure that every child in the Washington, D.C. region receives compassionate health care, regardless of a family's ability to pay. We've raised more than $3.4 million dollars for the hospital and will continue to demonstrate our commitment as a trusted community partner and champion of pediatric health and well-being.
One of GEICO's strengths is in the diversity of our associates—it infuses our company with energy and new ideas, and helps us meet the needs of our millions of policyholders. Our belief in inclusion drives our day-to-day business and gives us the strength to win in a competitive marketplace.
Learn about GEICO's commitment to the environment, and get tips on how you can "Go Green."
GEICO is concerned about the environment and requires selected auto body repair shops to pass an environmental and safety training program.