Every day, Texas Mutual puts Texans first. From keeping workers safe on the job and protecting businesses to offering compassion and care for those injured at work, our priority is people. And that compassion extends far beyond the 68,000 businesses and 1.4 million employees we cover.
Texas Mutual also cares deeply about the communities in which we live and work. We invest in the wellbeing of Texans by focusing on safety, education and wellness. We're working to create a stronger, safer Texas. See some of the ways our company and employees have shown this commitment.
Hurricane Harvey Support
Hurricane Harvey Relief Grants
Texas Mutual is pledging $10 million in grant funds for policyholders whose businesses sustained significant damage from Hurricane Harvey. We are committed to offering our full support to these employers and contributing to the resilience of this great state.
Policyholders who have sustained significant damage to a business location in one of the 60 counties on the governor's Hurricane Harvey Disaster Declaration can apply for up to $10,000 in grant funds from Texas Mutual. Funds can be used for payroll, building rehab or repair, machinery and equipment repair or purchase, replacement of lost inventory, and other expenses associated with rebuilding. Read our Hurricane Harvey Relief Grant frequently asked questions for more information.
Resources for businessesOther resources for businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey:
- U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Assistance
- U.S. Small Business Administration disaster loan and business counseling information
- FEMA information for businesses
- FHLB Dallas Special Disaster Relief Program webinar, loans and other information
- Disaster Assistance Improvement Program (DAIP)
Ways to give
How Texas Mutual is helping
In addition to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Grant, Texas Mutual is supporting employers, agents, injured workers and our own employees through a number of avenues during this time. Visit our blog to find important information and see what we're doing in the community.