Texas Mutual is committing $4 million to nonprofit organizations through two Request for Proposal (RFP) initiatives in 2021. The first RFP for Generational Learning, which is now closed for applications, seeks to mitigate the generational impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on working families. The second RFP for Workforce Development and Safety Training opens on August 30 and will invest in upskilling, apprenticeships and safety training programs. Applicants do not need to be our policyholder in order to apply.
Through our community program, TXM for Texas, we focus on the communities where our employees live and work—Austin, Dallas, Houston and Lubbock—and strategically support organizations all across Texas that are making an impact in their areas.
We connect employers and workers across the state with resources, training and opportunities that help them work safely and build the workforce of tomorrow. It’s good for individuals, good for businesses and good for communities.
We're not just improving the lives of Texans today—we're strengthening individuals so that they can impact their communities for years to come. Through grants, scholarships and educational and wellness initiatives, we're helping people change their future.
As an insurance provider, we know how impactful disaster can be to companies and communities. When disaster strikes, we respond thoughtfully to help those who rely on us.
We serve businesses across Texas, which means that their communities are our communities. Through employee volunteering and sponsorships, we create strong connections to the people and places that need us most. Our commitments to the United Way, American Heart Association, MS 150, Meals on Wheels and Ronald McDonald House are just a few examples of the passion our employees have for giving back.
Despite the challenges of 2020, Texas Mutual remained steadfast in its commitment to our policyholders, agents and employees who count on us. In our 2020 reports, you can see how we stepped in to strengthen Texas during a tough year.
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