FirstAmCares Community Blog
Welcome to the FirstAmCares community blog. First American employees contributed their passion, time and money to support a variety of causes nationally and locally.

Caring Eagles Soar At Ragnar Del Sol

By FirstAm Editor on March 4, 2020


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First American's Caring Eagles Run Michigan

By FirstAm Editor on October 15, 2019

First American recently sponsored its fourth Ragnar Road Relay team. Our Caring Eagles took on their journey in Michigan, starting in Muskegon and racing to Traverse City. Despite the rainy weather and race-related delays, our runners finished the 200-mile course in approximately 31 hours. Thanks to everyone’s generosity, the Caring Eagles...

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Topics: Community relations

Supporting Habitat For Humanity

By FirstAm Editor on August 26, 2019


First American gives to organizations that work to create and sustain affordable housing, revitalize low-to moderate-income neighborhoods and support community services and economic development. By supporting Habitat for Humanity builds, First American employees support affordable housing in their local communities. In turn, our employees...

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Supporting Human Services

By FirstAm Editor on August 23, 2019


To support its core cause of human services, First American works with organizations that provide access to services, education, benefits and opportunities for the disadvantaged. It’s another way First American teams serve the communities where they work and live.

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Raising Money For Women’s Advocacy

By FirstAm Editor on August 6, 2019


Women’s Advocacy is very important to First American. Approximately 12.5 percent of all women are diagnosed with breast cancer, and since 70 percent of First American's employees are female, women's advocacy is a core cause of the #FirstAmCares program. First American supports charities that provide benefits, programs and services that...

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First American Supports Women's Heart Health

By FirstAm Editor on March 5, 2018

First American employees raised more than $4,000 in support of the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women program.

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Topics: Women's Advocacy