Chubb Establishes $750,000 Fund for Japan Disaster Relief Efforts
WARREN, NJ, March 28, 2011 -- The Chubb Corporation [NYSE:CB] has established a $750,000 fund for disaster relief efforts related to the earthquake and
tsunami in Japan.
Chubb will contribute $500,000 to the International Red Cross for disaster relief. In addition, the insurer will match employee
contributions to qualified relief organizations on a two-for-one basis, up to $250,000. If total employee donations exceed
$125,000, Chubb will continue to match those employee dollars on a dollar-for-dollar basis.
"We hope that our contributions will help the Japanese people restore their great nation and ease their tremendous suffering,"
said Harold Morrison, executive vice president, chief global field officer and chief global administrative officer of The
The Chubb Corporation is a holding company for a family of insurance companies informally known as the Chubb Group of Insurance
Companies. The Chubb organization provides property and casualty insurance to personal and commercial customers through 8,500
independent agents and brokers. Chubb's global network includes branches and affiliates throughout North America, Europe,
Latin America, Asia and Australia. More information on Chubb can be obtained at www.chubb.com.