This summer, IICF will be launching a new campaign designed to raise funds and awareness for the IICF’s Early Literacy Initiative (ELI), #5forELI.
#5forELI calls specific attention to the insurance industry’s commitment toearly literacy. We believe EVERY child should have the opportunity and tools available to learn to read and write.We invite you and your company to join with us in the #5forELI campaign.To participate, take a picture high-fiving your coworkers, clients, or family. Post your photo on social media using the hashtag #5forELI to share your support of early literacy*. * Make a larger impact by donating $5 at www.iicf.org/literacy and inviting others to match your literacy support.
CHICAGO, IL (December 16, 2014) – The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation's (IICF) Midwest Division today announced it is awarding $545,000 in community grants to local non-profit organizations in Illinois, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio and Wisconsin for 2015. Grants range in contribution from $10,000 to $50,000 and support 29 organizations in the Midwest. Read more
New York (November 19, 2014) – During the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation's (IICF) Week of Giving, 5,312 insurance industry volunteers from 87 cities across 21 states joined together to provide more than 14,500 hours of service to community nonprofits across the United States. Read more
New York (September 29 2014) – The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF) has named Dr. Robert P. Hartwig, CPCU, economist and president of the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.), to its National Board of Governors. Read more
Insurance Industry Gives Back – A Year in Philanthropy
Insurance is an industry committed to making a positive impact in the communities it services. Throughout the year, insurance organizations provide volunteers, funds and expertise to local community programs and national nonprofits making a difference. The IICF is proud to highlight some of the outstanding community efforts of the industry during 2012. Read More Hyperlink
The topic of gender diversity is top of mind in our industry. The recent IICF Women in Insurance Global Conference convened over 425 professionals from 8 nations committed to the issue and looking to facilitate change. Key conference themes included: the corporate advantage of organizational diversity, the reality of finding a work/life balance and the rising millennial generation. Within these areas, conference speakers tackled the challenges and misconceptions faced by women in the workplace.
To review the conference white paper click here.
SJU Study on Insurance Industry Demographics
The Academy of Risk Management and Insurance premiered the results of the "Saint Joseph's University Study on Insurance Industry Demographics" at the IICF Women in Insurance Global Conference.
This presentation highlights the results from publicly available information on 100 US insurance companies. The statistics presented include results from public information on gender, age, and tenure of directors, executives and company insiders. Additionally, the discussions from senior executives within both the life and property casualty insurance industry are included to provide further insight on the current demographics.
Link to study
IICF and the National Advisory Board have proudly collaborated with McKinsey and Company to quantify the insurance industry's philanthropic efforts. With advisement from the IICF, McKinsey produced the report "Charitable Giving in the Property-Casualty Insurance Industry." This report provides the first comprehensive review of the industry's charitable contributions.
US Property/Casualty Industry Contributed Over $500 Million to Charity in 2010, According to McKinsey Report.
Click here to download full report.
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