IICF Disaster Relief Funds
To help those affected so severely by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey, please consider a contribution to the IICF Disaster Relief Funds. 100% of Disaster Relief Funds will go to local nonprofit organisations in Florida and Texas assisting victims impacted by these catastrophic storms.
The short-term needs in communities throughout Florida and Texas, and beyond, are critical and urgent, and include: temporary shelter, food distribution, clean water sourcing, power restoration, hospital and medical services – and reuniting family members. Millions are without electricity and tens of thousands remain in emergency shelters in the aftermath of these unprecedented hurricanes and flooding.
Now is one of those crucial times when we can join together as an industry and truly embody the IICF mission of helping communities, together.
Last week we established the IICF Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Fund and together we have raised more than£375,000 so far – through generous company donations and an incredible number of contributions from nearly 1000 individual insurance professionals wanting to help those in need.
Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF)
Helping Lives. Enriching Communities. Together.
IICF enriches lives and helps communities by by combining the collective resources of the industry to provide grants, volunteer service, and leadership.
IICF is unique as a foundation that represents an entire industry and brings together experienced as well as young professionals who have a passion for making a difference.
Who We Serve and How
IICF UK was launched in 2015 to build on IICF's success in the United States and to expand the Foundation's network and impact in local communities.
Please visit www.iicf.org to learn more about the Foundation's international initiatives and achievements.
“The IICF brings together a group of like-minded and positive insurance companies that are keen to put aside competition in the quest to work together for a greater good. On behalf of Crescent Global UK, I am proud to be personally involved with the IICF and to use our combined network of contacts, influence and resources to help raise awareness and vital funding for projects in our communities.” Jamil Bahou, Chairman, Crescent Global Group
Through IICF, industry employees have collectively raised over £20 million in local community grants and contributed over 240,000 hours of volunteer service to nonprofit organisations. IICF UK has awarded over £60,000 in grants to nonprofit organisations in areas of education and social mobility. Click here to learn more about who we support.
IICF UK Board Members
IICF UK has 17 members serving on the Board of Directors whose companies are represented below.
The Board Chair is David Brosnan, CEO of CNA Hardy.
Association of British Insurers (ABI)
AFL Insurance Brokers
Axco Insurance Information Services
International Underwriting Association (IUA)
Mayer Brown LLP
Munich Re America
Worldwide Broker Network
There are also 25 Associate Board members, who are insurance professionals with 2 to 10 years of experience and who play a valuable role in helping to deliver IICF’s mission.
Companies offering services to IICF at no cost, helping the Foundation to increase its reach and impact in the UK
A full service, international law firm with practices in litigation, business law and government relations and lawyers with experience in all sections of the economy, with the London office having particular expertise in subrogation and insurance law.
Cozen O'Connor provide legal advice to IICF; particularly on the General Data Protection Regulations coming into effect in May 2018. Cozen O'Connor is also represented on IICF's Associate Board.
NBMS and AcuFire UK
NBMS provides employment and professional services across industry sectors. AcuFire UK is a multi-disciplined organisation specialising in Fire Risk Management services.
AcuFire and NBMS provide part-time office administration services; helping IICF to manage relationships and projects with its network of donors and grant recipients.