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How Aon Supports Underserved Communities
September 05, 2023

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Aon and its colleagues are dedicated to driving a positive impact in the communities in which we operate. Read how the firm has recently helped underserved communities around the world.

In Singapore, Aon raised S$150,000 for the Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF) through Aon’s Jeju 2023 Challenge.

  • Aon’s Jeju 2023 Challenge was a two-day endurance event that took place in South Korea. Aon colleagues and (re)insurance professionals from the industry traveled across coastal trails of mixed terrain during the event to summit Mount Hallasan – the highest point in South Korea.
  • CCF’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children with cancer and their families through enhancing their emotional, social and medical wellbeing. To date, CCF has helped more than 3,700 children and their families at different stages of illness and recovery.
  • George Attard, chief executive officer, Reinsurance Solutions, Asia-Pacific, Aon, said, “At Aon, we exist to protect and enrich the lives of those in our community. Through the Jeju Challenge, we have been thrilled to give back to the community and raise funds for CCF to help improve the quality of life for children and families impacted by childhood cancer.”
  • Read the press release and coverage in Insurance Business.

In New Zealand, Aon provides complimentary insurance brokerage services for patrol cars that support local police and keep local communities safe. Read more in the New Zealand Herald.

  • Aon supports the Motueka, Nelson, Nor-West and Waipukurau community patrol groups, all of which operate near Aon offices.
  • The community patrol groups are run by volunteers and rely on contributions from local businesses to keep them operating. Read more about the Kumeu patrol group.

In Germany, 30 Aon colleagues volunteered at the Special Olympics World Games that took place in Berlin in June.

  • The event welcomed 7,000 Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners from approximately 190 countries who competed in 26 sports. The athletes were supported by more than 3,000 coaches and 20,000 volunteers. See more on LinkedIn and Instagram.
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