Through our charitable foundations and employee volunteer efforts, Chubb makes a positive impact on communities around the world in the areas of education, poverty and health and the environment.
We’re firm believers that positive contributions to the fabric of our communities return long-lasting benefits to society, our employees and our company.
Since 2012, the Regional ‘Day of Service’ has been annual event for employees in Asia Pacific to engage in a diverse range of local community projects that align with Chubb's overarching philanthropic support for improving education and health, alleviating poverty and saving the environment. Participating countries include Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Every year, over 1,000 employees across Asia Pacific bring to life some 20 meaningful projects through active volunteerism.
As part of its corporate social responsibility efforts, Chubb in Singapore adopted Canossaville Children and Community Services (CCCS) as its official beneficiary in 2017. CCCS was our adopted charity in 2016. CCCS is a student care centre for underprivileged children, including those with special needs.
Activities were held throughout the year to increase educational opportunities for the students. In 2017, our employees organised a charity auction and food fest to raise funds for the centre. The amount raised was later channelled towards the centre’s education and operational costs.
In 2015, the Chubb Group observed a Global Day of Service (GDS) across it operations around the world. The initiative involved more than 6,000 Chubb employees in 50 countries. We at Chubb in Singapore and also the Regional Office participated in this GDS by organising an educational excursion to Bollywood Veggies for the company’s adopted charity – Child at Street 11. In addition, a total of S$20,000 was raised from the internal charity bazaar and furniture and electronics sale. The amount raised will be channeled towards the centre’s education and operational costs.