GEICO's associate-led effort drives over $350,000 in community donations across the U.S.

WASHINGTON, D.C., Dec. 11, 2020 – As part of an annual associate-led effort, GEICO is donating more than $350,000 to charities across the country. From coast-to-coast, including Alaska and Hawaii, GEICO associates nominated non-profit organizations and projects for making a positive impact on their communities. More than 100 organizations were awarded donations.

"Our associates told us what was important to them, and we listened," said GEICO Chief Human Resource Officer Rick Hoagland. "I've been touched by the passion GEICO associates show for helping their communities. We are happy to support the wonderful work these organizations are doing."

Community connection and service have long been important to the GEICO family – a family that is growing.
GEICO is hiring for Sales, Customer Service, Claims and Management Development programs. The company is committed to hiring 2,000 positions throughout the country over the next six months.

"We invite you to consider joining our GEICO family," Hoagland said. "Our associates have helped make us the growing, stable and customer-focused company we are today."

GEICO--one of Comparably's 2019 "Top 50 Large Companies for Perks & Benefits" and's "10 Highest-Rated Workplaces for Compensation and Benefits"--offers full-time associates its Total Rewards Program, with a wide range of benefits, including health, dental and vision coverage, paid vacation and holidays, parental leave, continuing education and tuition reimbursement. GEICO is a promote-from-within company that offers career growth, a supportive environment and community engagement opportunities.

GEICO, a member of the Berkshire Hathaway family of companies, was founded more than 80 years ago and has steadily risen to become the nation's second-largest auto insurer.

Applications are currently being accepted online; potential candidates can apply by visiting the GEICO Careers homepage at

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