Dane Street joins The Hartford’s commitment with support to the U.S. Paralympics and its team of incredible athletes. In our second year as a Bronze Sponsor, our contribution will help hundreds of athletes reach their dreams. Each year, golfers come together to raise money to benefit the U.S. Paralympics. Over $50,000 is raised at The Hartford’s… Read More >>
Dane Street, a long-time supporter of Kids’ Chance of America, recently partnered with the Maryland chapter. Through a new “Partner and Sponsor Outreach” program, Dane Street became a sponsor of the Kids’ Chance Annual Student Scholarship Opportunity. The company’s contribution will provide important financial support to students in Maryland. “We are proud to support an… Read More >>
Dane Street is proud to support the 2018 Broadspire Charity Golf Tournament on January 25th in Doral, Florida. This annual event benefits a number of outstanding charities, creating awareness and raising funds. As a valued partner with Broadspire, we share their passion to support our youth of today and provide support financially and through participation. … Read More >>
Dane Street shares the commitment of The Hartford to make a positive impact in the Paralympic movement. Dane Street joins The Hartford in their long-standing commitment to the US Paralympic Team with participation at their annual golf event on October 5, 2017. This is their largest fundraiser, generating over $50,000. The event provides financial support and helps build awareness. … Read More >>
Dane Street was excited to join the Travelers Championship as a first-year corporate sponsor. This charity golf tournament was held June 18-24 in Cromwell, CT and generated $1.6 million with fundraising efforts supporting more than 160 charities.
On Thursday, November 10th, nearly 200 WSIA members, friends, and colleagues from all corners of the workers’ compensation world in Washington came together at Safeco Field for a special fundraiser benefiting Kids’ Chance of Washington. With last minute contributions still being counted, the fundraiser could exceed $70,000 in total contributions to the state Kids’ Chance… Read More >>