At WCF Insurance, we believe in community. We focus on building relationships, volunteering in the community, and financially supporting local organizations and individuals where we do business.
LEGACY OF LEARNING
DR. PAUL S. RICHARDS WORKPLACE SAFETY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
BE CAREFUL OUT THERE SAFETY GRANTS
WCF Insurance offers safety grants to qualifying policyholders to assist in funding workplace safety initiatives for the prevention of injuries and promotion of workplace safety awareness. We match funds up to $1,000. Safety grant applications are accepted each year from January through May. In 2020, we were able to help 42 policyholders with their safety needs, 21 of whom specifically needed COVID-19-related assistance. Policyholders can apply here.
EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
WCF Insurance’s volunteer policy allows each full-time employee to use four work hours each month to participate in volunteer programs. Once each month, for the past 16 years, WCF employees have staffed the kitchen at the St. Vincent de Paul Dining Hall in downtown Salt Lake City. This year, we had to scale that back because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but employees were still able to get out into the community to help those in need.
In 2020, 89 WCF EMPLOYEES VOLUNTEERED MORE THAN 484 HOURS TO 38 ORGANIZATIONS.
Neuroweek is an annual, week-long fundraising campaign organized and executed by WCF Insurance employees for pediatric care provided by Neuroworx, an outpatient physical therapy clinic focused on rehabilitation for individuals experiencing paralysis from various neurological conditions. The week features several fundraising opportunities for employees, members of the community, and sponsors, such as a golf tournament, a family movie night, chance drawings, and a field day. All proceeds raised through Neuroweek go directly to benefit Neuroworx’s mission.