HONOLULU – Volunteers from First Insurance Company of Hawaii (FICOH) helped beautify the campus at Waipahu Intermediate School this weekend.
Members of FICOH’s First Community Action Team helped Waipahu Intermediate School’s student government and activities committee complete several painting projects on Saturday morning. Volunteers and students re-painted the lines in the parking lot, curbs, and signs on the school’s campus.
The First Community Action Team participates in several community events throughout the year including fundraisers, charity walks, beach and park clean-ups, food drives, and meal deliveries to the elderly and individuals with disabilities as part of its longstanding partnership with Hawaii Meals on Wheels. The team’s goal is to give back to Hawaii, its people, nonprofits and charitable organizations.
About First Insurance Company of Hawaii
Founded in 1911, First Insurance Company of Hawaii, Ltd. is the oldest and largest property and casualty insurer domiciled in Hawaii, with assets of $667.8 million, liabilities of $387.6 million, and policyholders’ surplus of $280.1 million as of December 31, 2018.
First Insurance, a member of the Tokio Marine North America (TMNA) group of companies, enjoys an “A+” rating from A.M. Best Co.
Proud of its broadly experienced, service-oriented staff, First Insurance employs more than 350 insurance professionals and distributes its products through 25 independent general agencies. First Insurance was named 2018 Kupuna Advocate of the Year by Hawaii Meals on Wheels (HMOW) for its exemplary support of HMOW and other organizations that serve seniors. It also was awarded the American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Gold Achievement for 2018.