GEICO Cares: Associates offer hands-on help for United Way
Habitat for Humanity
"We are always discussing various aspects of houses in order to find the best coverage for our customers, so it was interesting to see a home from a construction and renovation perspective," one volunteer said.
Several others volunteered at the Hull Family Home & Farmstead ("Hull House"), a historic Revolutionary War-era property in Lancaster, New York. The team painted, built a rock wall, cleared a path to the property's cemetery, weeded a garden and removed dead ash trees.
"It was amazing all the work we got done in one day," said Britney Barker, a service supervisor who volunteered at Hull House. "We came together as a team, and it felt good to give back to the community."
Day of Caring provides United Way chapters across the country with a unique opportunity to promote the spirit and value of volunteerism.
GEICO Cares, the company's volunteer and outreach program, supports GEICO associates across the country as they contribute time, money and creativity to nonprofit organizations in their local communities.
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