The IICF believe the Insurance industry can be a force for social good. We connect insurance companies with local communities through grants, volunteer service and leadership and by doing so…
- We help companies amplify their community impact and attract and develop diverse talent by creating a platform for leadership in corporate responsibility
- We help employees make a difference, develop leadership skills, network and have a sense of purpose
- We help communities across the UK grants to education and social mobility charities
What We Do
IICF is a unique foundation that represents the entire Insurance industry and brings together experienced as well as young professionals who have a passion for making a difference.
- We bestow grants to local nonprofits that meet critical community needs in areas of education and social mobility.
- We hold events that advocate industry leadership and diversity as well as raise funds for future grants.
- We promote leadership through our Board of Directors and Associate Board of young professionals.
- We hold Week of Giving, an annual event where industry employees come together to volunteer with nonprofits, presenting a unique way to give back.
Please visit www.iicf.org to learn more about the Foundation’s international initiatives and achievements.
Click here to hear why supporting IICF is valuable to Associate Board members and the Board of Directors.
Through IICF, industry employees have collectively raised over £24 million in local community grants and contributed over 270,000 hours of volunteer service to non-profit organisations. IICF UK has awarded nearly £350K in grants to nonprofit organisations in areas of education and social mobility to help over 900 people across the country. Click here to learn more about who we support.
“We believe that the insurance industry can be a force for social good, and by uniting competitors in charitable activities, we can drive social change while creating value for the industry.” David Melvin, MS Amlin and Chair of the UK Board of Directors.