Community Involvement

A culture of giving

This is what we are PASSIONATE about

Millers Mutual’s Charitable Giving Committee exists as a dedicated community and industry partner, concentrating resources to have an impact on community development and safety. We take pride in giving back to the communities we serve. Our charitable giving efforts focus on organizations that align with our core values and those of our customers.
Events and Organizations We Support

As an insurance provider, we are in the business of helping to put things back together after the unexpected occurs. Millers Mutual supports programs that will help the unexpected be avoided, promote safe choices, provide protection from property/casualty hazards and strengthens public awareness and the understanding of insurance.

Sound the Alarm

Did you know 70% of people leave the kitchen as they are cooking something on the stove?! And every eight minutes, the American Red Cross responds to a disaster — the vast majority of them home fires. While each fire is different, they often leave families on curbs, sometimes without shoes or coats, watching their homes burn. As a multifamily housing insurance provider, we are in the business of helping to put things back together after the unexpected occurs. Making a donation to the American Red Cross is a natural fit for us. We know our donation helps to make their mission possible— from providing relief and support to those in crisis, to helping people be prepared to respond in emergencies.

HDC MidAtlantic

We proudly sponsored HDC MidAtlantic’s 2022 Affordable Housing fundraiser. HDC MidAtlantic is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to build hope and opportunity by providing a safe and affordable place to call home. They deliver high-quality and secure housing solutions through innovative property management, real estate development and resident services. The organization currently serves more than 4,800 residents including working families, seniors, and individuals with disabilities, who live in 3,700 affordable homes throughout PA, DE, and MD.

Capital Area Head Start

Capital Area Head Start (CAHS) gives children a head start in life, empowers parents, and strengthens families. A program of Keystone Human Services, CAHS has been providing services for children and families in Dauphin, Cumberland, and Perry Counties in Pennsylvania since 1988. Our charitable giving committee agreed to a donation of $10,000 to be the Safety Sponsor for The Capital Area Head Start!

YWCA of Harrisburg

The YWCA Greater Harrisburg is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. The Housing and Homelessness Programs offered by YWCA aligns with our mission at Millers Mutual. This program makes it possible for women and men to have the opportunity to break the cycle of homelessness and achieve self-sufficiency.

Partner United Way

United Way of the Capital Region

Millers Mutual supported the annual United Way fundraising campaign with over 90 percent employee participation in 2021. In total, Millers Mutual employees donated $23,846.31 to the 2021 fundraising campaign, with an additional corporate donation of $7,000.

Partner Bowl for Kids Sake

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region commits to the kids and families they serve year-round. Their mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better. Millers Mutual partners with the organization to help make this program possible. In 2022, Millers Mutual supported the Bowl for Kids’ Sake event.

Millers is also an avid supporter of

Food Banks in Our Operating States

Nonprofit organizations across the country that provide basic needs to communities need our help now more than ever. So, when the COVID-19 pandemic began, our charitable giving committee met virtually to discuss how we could best support the communities in which our agents and customers reside. For many families, losing one paycheck makes the difference between shopping at a grocery store and going to a food pantry, which is why the Committee decided to donate over $10,000 to various Food Banks in our operating states.

Our employee volunteers in action
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