More And More Insurance Companies Are Giving Back During The Coronavirus Pandemic

 Friday, May 1, 2020

In order to help their clients, and generally, help the society, auto insurers have begun issuing refunds to auto insurance policyholders in response to dramatic drops in driving as much of the country remains in lockdown. Several insurance companies are leading the way in supporting people and the nonprofits and health care organizations that are fighting against the virus. The following companies provided the most substantial financial support:

USAA and The USAA Foundation committed $2.3 million to donate to military-focused and national nonprofits in addition to the $2.1 million USAA directed to local nonprofits. The aid will go to several nonprofits, including Fisher House Foundation, USO, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors and more. Furthermore, USAA auto insurance customers will receive 20% credit on two months of premiums.