by Tue, Dec 09 2014 4:06 pmon
Each year American Family Insurance employees volunteer for a Badger Football game day event to help young adults in Very Special Arts (VSA) participate during halftime and build memories that will last a lifetime.
by Thu, Nov 20 2014 6:37 pmon
Working together with the goal of helping the United Way, Tom Lea expresses his appreciation to the nearly 200 people who played a role in American Family Insurance's record-breaking fund-raising campaign.
by Tue, Sep 30 2014 4:19 pmon
Todd Micholic describes how working with American Family's summer interns was rewarding both in the office and out, as he and other employees joined with them to clean up in Platteville, Wis., following a tornado.
by Tue, Sep 09 2014 7:57 amon
Born out of her own battle with cancer and the cancer that took the life of a close friend, Jamie Suchomel is fighting back by organizing “Rita’s Ride,” a fundraiser to help beat lung cancer. Here’s how the event has grown from a small ride, to a major fundraiser in just four years.
by Fri, Aug 29 2014 8:23 amon
It’s a Green Bay Packer tradition believed to have originated in the early 1960s. During the first week of practice, kids from all over town line up to see if a player will ride their bike to and from practice during training camp. American Family’s new dream bikes help make sure every child – regardless of ability or whether they even own a bike – can participate.