Amica Insurance is proud to support disaster relief organization All Hands and Hearts (AHAH) with $250,000 in grant funding.
AHAH is a volunteer-powered organization that addresses the immediate and long-term needs of communities impacted by natural disasters.
Amica’s funding supports the organization’s long-term recovery work. That includes an initiative to replace trailers damaged by 2018’s Hurricane Michael with more resilient full house rebuilds. Funding also supports AHAH’s response to other disasters, and the purchase of personal protective equipment (PPE) during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The support of Amica greatly benefits communities recovering from natural disasters,” said Erik Dyson, CEO of AHAH. “The All Hands and Hearts team is grateful to Amica for its effective collaboration with us in so many areas of the organization.”
“While disaster preparation and immediate post-storm response are very important, long-term recovery is also critical,” said Julie Montalbano, Corporate Social Responsibility and Events Manager at Amica. “Rebuilding a more resilient community requires a sustained effort, and we’re happy to support AHAH in their work.”