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More than 50 firms sign up for Insurance Day of Giving

More than 50 firms sign up for Insurance Day of Giving | Insurance Business

More than 50 firms sign up for Insurance Day of Giving

The race is on to sign up for this year’s Insurance Day of Giving – and more than 50 firms have been hot out of the blocks.

The campaign, in aid of Insurance United Against Dementia, sees firms across the UK taking part in fundraising activities on November 07 – last year the event raised £70,000 in one day and this year the aim is to pass the £100,000 threshold.

Currently, 52 firms have signed up to make a difference including: ABI, Action 365, Advantage Insurance, Aon, aQmen Underwriting Services, Arc Legal Assistance, ASL Adjusting, Assured Futures, Aston Lark, Aviva, Axa, BNP Paribas Personal Finance, Bollington, Bravo Group, Chubb, The Chartered Insurance Institute, Claims Consortium Group, Cobra Network, Covéa, Crawford & Co, Cura Insurance, Deloitte, Eldon Insurance, Ensurance, Freedom Group, Insurance Emporium, Integro, ISS, Kew Insurance Services, LV=, Miles Smith, Miller Insurance Services, PIB Group, QBE, QuestGates, ReAssure, RiverStone, Scottish Widows, Sedgwick, Stanmore Insurance, TEn Insurance, THB, The Smith & Pinching Group Limited, Tony McDonagh & Co, Touchstone, Umbrella Protect, Willis Towers Watson, and Zurich.

“I’m delighted that Aviva is once again taking part in the Insurance Day of Giving,” said Phil Bayles, chief distribution officer at Aviva. “Last year we raised £7,250 thanks to the brokers who used our Fast Trade platform. This year we’re doubling our efforts – quite literally – and hoping to raise £15,000 for the Day of Giving through our Fast Trade platform and fundraising activities across the Aviva offices.

“Dementia devastates families – my own included. On November 07, we can all play a vital role in supporting research that will bring us new treatments for the condition. I can’t wait to see the industry step up and show how much it cares about the causes that matter so much to its people.”

If you would like to take part in the Day of Giving, you can sign up at www.alzheimers.org.uk/IUADday.