Founded in 1938 by a group of 12 farmers from New Brunswick, SE Mutual originally set out with a vision of providing affordable means for farmers to insure their properties.

Fast forward to the present day and the company has grown in scope, and now offers auto, home, farm, tenant and business insurance. In 2018, in tandem with the firm's landmark anniversary, it embraced a new moniker - SE Mutual - a move that coincided with the expansion of its offerings into northern parts of New Brunswick.

SE Mutual CEO Shaun MacPhee proudly notes the company has remained true to its original vision of supporting the community.

“Insuring with a local insurance company means all of your premium dollars stay here,” he says. “Those premiums are returned to the local economy through claims payments, salaries and other business partners.”

Shaun MacPhee, Chef de la direction de SE Mutuelle

Supporting the local and regional community extends beyond financial support alone. SE Mutual is looking to its management and staff to log a minimum of 1,000 volunteer hours by 2023.

« Nous croyons que le bénévolat en tant qu’équipe est une excellente occasion de rencontrer de nouvelles personnes, d’acquérir de nouvelles compétences et de se découvrir de nouveaux intérêts, tout en contribuant à la croissance de notre communauté. »

SE Mutual supports a number of initiatives and programs throughout the Greater Moncton area, including Moncton Headstart’s long-running Coats for Kids program. Each year, the event helps more than 700 children in need to stay warm during the cold winter months.

Habitat pour l'Humanité a également accueilli des employés dévoués de SE Mutuelle ayant à cœur l’intérêt de la collectivité. En novembre dernier, des membres de l’équipe de SE ont aidé à peindre l’intérieur d’une maison tandis que d’autres travaillaient à l’extérieur, s’affairant à construire un cabanon et à semer du gazon.

In addition to taking part in those initiatives, SE Mutual has also served as a sponsor for the PJ Walk For Love for the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Atlantic Canada, while also lending financial support to the Greater Moncton SPCA, the Royal Canadian Legion and the Knights of Columbus. The firm also offers six, $1,000 scholarships each year to the children of policyholders pursuing post-secondary education.

SE Mutual is an example of what happens when we buy from a locally owned business. More money stays in the province because these businesses in turn create more jobs, buy more goods and services from other local businesses and give generously to local charities. Their business profits are re-circulated over and over again in our communities. Spending with local businesses benefits all of us.

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