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.

First American Employees Support Women’s Advocacy

By FirstAm Editor on September 15, 2022

Women’s advocacy is one of several key initiatives supported by #FirstAmCares, First American’s employee-driven philanthropy program. Among other core causes, First American is committed to supporting charities that provide benefits, programs and services that promote women’s health, professional growth and quality of life. These include the...

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Topics: Charity Cancer Women's Advocacy

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

First American Employees Get Their Pink On

By Blair Hedigan on September 27, 2016

As the summer months come to an end and fall draws closer, First American employees from offices across the nation ready themselves to participate in upcoming breast cancer walks and races to raise awareness for breast cancer and help fund research for a cure.

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Topics: Cancer Women's Advocacy

First American St. Joseph Participates in Women Build Week

By Blair Hedigan on August 24, 2016

Employees from First American’s St. Joseph, Mo. office participated in this year’s National Women Build Week by lending a hand at a build site in their community.  This year marks the ninth National Women’s Build Week hosted by the non-profit organization Habitat for Humanity.

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Topics: Community Development Women's Advocacy

First American Supports the Fight Against Breast Cancer

By FirstAm Editor on February 29, 2016

In 2015, First American sponsored 19 breast cancer awareness races across the country, supporting the cause by giving more than $125,000. Our employees raised more than $85,000 towards the fight against breast cancer and more than 1,000 employees, their families and friends participated in a race or volunteered at an event.

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Topics: Cancer Women's Advocacy