Chubb Asia-Pacific to set aside day for charity

Annual activity allows employees to give time and effort to improve their communities

Insurance News

By Gabriel Olano

Multinational insurer Chubb’s Asia-Pacific arm will embark on its fourth annual Regional Day of Service, where employees of its life and general insurance operations will dedicate their time and efforts to help their communities.
During this week, more than 1,000 employees in 12 territories will participate in numerous volunteer projects focused on helping underprivileged students, as well as helping the livelihood of individuals and communities. Participating markets are: Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
This year’s charity activities will involve educational programs, skills coaching, facility repairs, fundraising drives, and the donation of books and basic necessities.
The company launched the Regional Day of Service Initiative in 2012, reflecting the company’s belief that positive contributions to the community will return tangible benefits to society and the company’s business. 
Kevin Goulding, regional president of Chubb’s Asia-Pacific life insurance business, said: “We have a strong culture and commitment to giving back to local communities. Through this and other philanthropic initiatives, we continue to serve in areas that align with our priorities and touch the lives of many. Together with our employees, we aim to support a more vibrant and prosperous future in the region.”

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