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A Culture of Caring
A Culture of Caring
You may know Indianapolis-based OneAmerica® best for our witty downtown signboards, our signature rooftop flag, and corporate citizenship that ranges from involvement in the 500 Festival Mini-Marathon to the Broad Ripple Art Fair to the Indiana Repertory Theatre. In addition, you may have seen our associates volunteering for various organizations through our partnership with United Way. In September 2018 as part of our fifth Week of Caring, an all-time high of 850 employees volunteered to assist local communities and invested more than 2,500 hours.
What you may not know is OneAmerica has companies that can trace their solid foundations back more than 140 years in the financial services marketplace. From our Indianapolis home base, we’ve grown into a national leader in insurance and financial services, with offices in Kansas City, Milwaukee, San Diego and beyond. Our trusted advisors work and live throughout the United States.
Our mission is to help our customers build and protect their financial futures through life insurance, retirement plans, annuities, employee benefits and individual and long-term care insurance. Our legacy began in the heart of our country, and it lives on in the hearts of the people we’re committed to serve.
Here’s our most recent story of our community support and impact.
OneAmerica supports non-profit groups with Week of Caring
OneAmerica® employees volunteered more than 2,500 hours worth of community service to the company-sponsored Week of Caring in 2018.Read the full article...
OneAmerica's 500 Festival support honors veterans, helps nonprofit groups
OneAmerica's commitment to the 500 Festival, a community-led nonprofit organization that aims to enrich lives, foster positive community impact and celebrate the Indianapolis 500, has more than 50 years of history.Read the full article...
OneAmerica's support of the arts promotes vibrant communities
OneAmerica supports nearly 20 nonprofit arts and culture organizations, including the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the Indiana State Museum and our city’s arts council, symphony orchestra and zoo.Read the full article...