11 March 2021
It has never been more important that as an industry we stand together, make a difference and support the charities that are helping those in critical need now and revitalise communities for the future.
Thank you for being a part of our 5th Anniversary Celebration, a special fundraising event that recognises the industry’s collective impact in our local communities. Please remember to have your wine and cheese tasting box and a few glasses ready so you can sit back and enjoy the evening.
View the IICF’s 5th Anniversary Celebration Programme for the evening’s programme, guest list and list of auction items.
To join the event on Zoom, please click here and enter Meeting ID: 873 1990 4218 | Passcode: 504848. You may join any time after 6.40 pm. The event will begin promptly at 7.00 pm.
To learn how you can bid on auction items and move between tables (Breakout Rooms) and for technical FAQs, please see attached IICF Event_Tech Guidelines
Why Support IICF UK’s 5th Anniversary Celebration?
Supporting our 5th Anniversary Celebration is a unique opportunity for you to help people and communities on the road to recovery while enhancing your brand and helping create a more socially responsible industry. We hope you will support this outstanding industry event by purchasing a sponsorship or by joining over 100 guests representing leading companies from across the industry for a special evening celebrating the insurance industry’s collective community impact.
“Lloyd’s and the IICF do great work through their work in the community that has a hugely positive impact on society, and we should all take pride in what we achieve and the impact it has, with one caveat: that we must always strive to do more”.
John Neal, CEO, Lloyd’s speaking at 2019 Charity Ball
What difference could your donation make?
Your support will make a real difference, helping to change lives of people in the communities where we live and work:
£2,500 could give 62 children entering refuge a brand-new box of toys tailored to their age or buy 10 laptops to help students from low-income families enter a top university.
£5,000 could empower 20 secondary students from disadvantaged families to get to a top university.
£10,000 could allow 18 young men aged 18-25 to complete Key4Life’s unique programme and enter employment.
£20,000 could help 20 adults in London with complex needs including homelessness, mental health issues, and unemployment to make a new start in life.
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Sammy, aged 19
11 March 2021