The Chubb Charitable Foundation believes that meaningful contributions that support our communities globally provide lasting benefits to society, our employees and our company.
Through our philanthropy, global partnerships and company sponsored-volunteer activities focused on giving the gift of time and donations, the Chubb Charitable Foundation supports clearly defined projects that solve problems with measurable and sustainable outcomes, helping people in the countries where we live and work build productive and healthy lives.
Our commitment to assist those less fortunate and to be stewards of the planet is focused on the areas of education, poverty and health, and the environment.
U.S. Programs and Matching Gifts: $6,065,733
International Programs and Matching Gifts: $486,518
Bermuda Programs and Matching Gifts: $1,046,157
Chubb Worldwide Scholarship: $416,500
Chubb Foundation Scholarship: $1,267,000
Total Giving: $9,281,908
Percent of Total Giving by Geographic Area:
In 2019, significant contributions by the Foundations, excluding the Chubb Foundation Scholarship, funded the following focus areas:
Chubb supports communities around the world through our established philanthropic partnerships and company-sponsored initiatives.
Per Scholas is a national nonprofit that provides rigorous and tuition-free technology training and professional development to people who are unemployed or in low-wage jobs. The organization helps people launch successful and life-changing careers in technology, creating on-ramps to businesses that need their talents. The Chubb Charitable Foundation has provided support to Per Scholas’ New York City program since 2012.
Poverty & Health/Economic Sustainability
For nearly a decade, the Foundation has supported IRC, which responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps individuals affected by crisis and conflict rebuild their lives. In 2018, the Foundation made a three-year grant to support the organization's Jobs to Careers program, offering basic career training to help refugees enter higher-skill, higher-wage jobs in the U.S.
How to Get in Touch
If you are interested in discussing possible support in the areas of education, poverty and health, or the environment, please fill out our inquiry form so that we can learn more about your organization.
Chubb does not support organizations that discriminate in the provision of services or employment in a manner inconsistent with Chubb’s non-discrimination policies.
For information about U.S. and international giving:
Chubb Charitable Foundation
436 Walnut Street, WA09C
Philadelphia, PA 19106
For information about giving in Bermuda:
Chubb Charitable Foundation - Bermuda
17 Woodbourne Avenue
Hamilton HM 08
Latest News from the Chubb Foundations
Annual Golf Tournament Series Raises Nearly $1 Million for Second Consecutive Year, with Two Charities Receiving Top Prize of $50,000
WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J., Oct. 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Last week, forty-five teams from across North America – the winners of regional golf events held throughout the year – competed in the 20th annual Chubb Charity Challenge tournament finals, held September 22-25 at The American Club in Kohler, WI. This year, two teams tied for first place and were crowned champions of the annual event: Lloyd Sadd Insurance Brokers (Lloyd Sadd), playing on behalf of Little Warriors; and IMA Select, playing on behalf of Hillcrest Ministries of MidAmerica, Inc. Each of the winning teams will present a $50,000 check to its chosen charity.
HAMILTON, BERMUDA, October 23, 2019 – Chubb has participated in a Week of Giving with 90 employees assisting seven community partners for nine distinct projects, resulting in 450 hours of volunteer service to the community.
The Employee Week of Giving, which took place October 14-18, helped support the following charitable organizations: Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation, Bermuda National Trust, Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo (BAMZ), The Eliza DoLittle Society, Meals on Wheels, The Salvation Army, and The Family Centre.
Chubb Charitable Foundation's total contribution to Teach For All to reach $2.4 million
NEW YORK, July 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Teach For All and the Chubb Charitable Foundation announced today an extension of their partnership through 2021. Chubb committed an additional $1.5 million grant over the next three years, bringing the Foundation's total giving to Teach For All to $2.4 million. Driven by a shared mission to develop collective leadership to ensure all children can fulfill their potential, Teach For All is a global network of 50 independent, locally led and governed organizations, and a global organization that works to accelerate the impact of the network.
At Chubb, we encourage the development of initiatives that reflect our employees’ commitment to the needs of their local and regional communities. Through national campaigns, local volunteer projects and other initiatives, Chubb supports employee giving and volunteerism with a variety of programs.
Employees from around the globe participate in hundreds of volunteer activities annually that have a direct impact on the local communities where our employees live and work. Volunteer activities have included building houses, supporting public schools, sorting food donations and cleaning up public parks.
Chubb matches donations made to eligible charitable organizations by employees in the U.S., Canada and Bermuda. Employees are able to double their personal donations through the matching gift program. In 2018, as of August 31, the program matched nearly 2,400 employee donations in the U.S. and Bermuda.
Chubb conducts fundraising campaigns that raise money to provide assistance and matches employees’ donations in support of relief efforts in global disasters. In 2017 Chubb employees made donations to the International Medical Corps to support victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the September 2017 earthquake in Mexico. These donations were matched by Chubb Charitable Foundations.
The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation combines the collective strengths of the insurance industry to provide grants, volunteer service and leadership. Through the IICF, Chubb contributes to local non-profits in a wide variety of areas, including education, disaster preparedness, the environment, health and human services, military veterans and at-risk children.
In 2017, 830 Chubb employees in 16 offices gave back to the communities in which they live and work by participating in 43 projects. Collectively, they provided 2,800+ hours of service to charitable organizations.
Inaugurated in 2012, the annual Regional Day of Service (RDS) provides an opportunity for our Asia-Pacific employees to rally together and time to local community projects. Employees in the various markets organize their respective Day of Service during a designated week every year. They plan, partner with local charities and execute various volunteer activities to make a difference in the local communities in which they live and operate.