Boca’s NCCI raises over $230,000 for United Way during annual campaign


Staff report 

Boca’s National Council on Compensation Insurance recently wrapped up its annual United Way Giving campaign, raising over $230,000 for the United Way of Palm Beach County and donating 1,000 hygiene bags to Adopt A Family and HomeSafe, two local nonprofit organizations that support children and families in Palm Beach County.

The 2019 year’s campaign theme, “Hope Through Homes” was chosen to support the fight against housing insecurity in Palm Beach County. NCCI worked with the United Way of Palm Beach County to ensure that the county’s vulnerable citizens struggling to obtain access to housing receive the resources they need to succeed.

Senior Regulatory Business Analyst Allen Boyd II helmed this year’s campaign as NCCI’s United Way Chairman.

“No one should ever have to wonder where they will sleep at night” Boyd said. “Our team is proud to know that the money raised and supplies donated during our ‘Hope Through Homes’ campaign will make a positive impact on the lives of Palm Beach County’s citizens in need.”

NCCI’s United Way Giving campaign is part of the company’s charitable initiative, NCCI Cares. Employees receive 40 paid hours annually to volunteer for causes of their choice, plus eight additional hours to participate in company-wide charitable events.

“NCCI’s commitment to giving back encourages everyone at our company to get involved and be the change they want to see in our community,” said Chief Human Resources Officer Bradley Kitchens “Our employees are the embodiment of our philanthropic mission and it means the world to see them devote their time and energy to helping vulnerable citizens in our county.”