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We had something happen in 2019 that’s never happened before in the 20 years of the Challenge. A tie. Congratulations to the Lloyd Sadd team out of Calgary and the IMA Select team from Kansas City for both coming in first place. They each won $50,000 for their charity of choice. From the nearly $1 million in total funds raised this year, the rest of the finalist 45 teams scored as follows:
The Chubb Charity Challenge unites our partners, clients, and colleagues in support of their local communities by teaming up with those in need. Harnessing a friendly spirit of competition, Chubb is proud and honored to help our participating teams give back to their charities of choice through the game of golf.
Each year, our teams raise significant money for their charities of choice. See how these funds are impacting communities.
Our teams are deeply committed to the charities they play for, putting their hearts into every stroke and bringing a deep sense of pride to each tournament.
In 1996, Chubb’s Murray Hill office hosted its first charity golf tournament at Meteconk Golf Club. Local New Jersey charities received $25,000 in donations from the event. In 1999, Chubb’s Northern Zone expanded the concept to 10 branches, and in 2000, the Chubb Charity Challenge was officially born. Now, nearly every one of our 48 branches across North America hosts its own local tournament, with players competing to advance to the national event. Teams have raised nearly $15 million for local charities since the tradition began.
Our business partners and clients join with our local staff in locations around North America to enjoy a day on the course dedicated to fun and philanthropy. At least five foursomes compete in a local event, each choosing a charity to play for. The winner earns a trip to the finals and the opportunity to play for a $50,000 donation to their selected charity.
See how our 2019 winners celebrated their $50,000 Chubb Charity Challenge wins.
How the challenge works and more.
Each year our teams play on behalf of their favorite local charities and are passionate about giving their all for each one. We’re proud to continue this legacy, which has resulted in donations to over 6,000 charities in the past 20 years. See the incredible work these organizations are doing and why it matters.
Hear firsthand reflections from a few of our finalists. Find out why they’re golfing for good and what the Chubb Charity Challenge means to them.
More than 360 teams participated in our 2018 challenge, raising $914,050 for their charities of choice. Colleagues and clients enjoyed the competition, camaraderie, and the chance to golf for a good cause.
Experience the highs, the lows, and all the good fun that was had at last year’s competition.
JLT Specialty Insurance, playing for Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth, won the $50,000 grand prize. Congratulations to them and our Albany/White Plains branch. The top 5 rounded out as such: Lockton (Los Angeles branch) won $45,000 for Friendship Foundation; HUB International Northeast (New York branch) won $40,000 for Environmental Defense Fund; Rampart Insurance (Uniondale branch) playing for Childrens Medical Center won $35,000; and IMA Select (Kansas City branch) won $30,000 for Hillcrest Ministries of Mid America.
From how it works to who competes, get the details on the Chubb Charity Challenge.
Chubb invites insurance agents, brokers, and clients to form teams with up to four players. Tournaments take place in cities across North America from May through September.
Chubb is committed to supporting the local communities where we work. The tournament was designed to provide a fun, competitive activity to bring together agents, brokers, and clients to thank them for their relationship with us. The money donated through the tournament helps local charities expand their impact in their communities. We are proud to be involved in giving back to the organizations that make a difference in the lives of our agents, brokers and clients, as well as their communities.
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