About IICF Week of Giving
Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation's Week of Giving (formerly Volunteer Week) is an eight-day industry-wide volunteer event where teams of insurance industry volunteers provide three or more hours of volunteer service at neighborhood and community nonprofit organizations throughout the week. Since 2001, the insurance industry, working together, has generated over 10,000 volunteer hours during this week-long period alone each year and participated in nearly 200 service projects throughout the country.
How can I participate?
Step 1 for Volunteer Teams or Individual Volunteers:
Volunteer to be your company's team leader. As such you are our main contact and connection to your core of volunteers. Team leaders are an integral part of the Week of Giving.
Individuals that would like to participate should also complete the Team Leader registration form. Simply click on the button above and submit your application. Once your application has been approved, you will be able to select your project(s) from the website.
For additional information on how you can volunteer to serve your company and your community or for help with the registration process, please call 925-280-8009 or send an email to email@example.com.
If you prefer not to be a team leader, then sign up to participate on your company's team during the Week of Giving.
Step 1 for Non-Profits:
Register volunteer projects to be completed during IICF Week of giving (formerly Volunteer Week). This is a wonderful opportunity not only to complete your projects, but to meet the many wonderful individuals that make up the work force of the Insurance Industry throughout the US.
What is the Purpose of IICF Week of Giving?
This event is a very important part of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation's (IICF) mission help communities and enrich lives by combining the strengths of the industry to provide grants, volunteer service and leadership.
Examples of Volunteer Projects:
- Filling food bank shelves with food
- Improving the environment through habitat restoration work
- Making drab facilities more cheerful by putting on a fresh coat of paint
- Educating young people through skills training
- Preparing food for people with AIDS and other terminal illnesses
- Helping to build homes or improve neighborhoods for low-income families, and much more!