Raising Awareness: The Insurance Charities
Following the recent Insurance Charities Awareness Day in June, we would like to invite members to our follow up session regarding to what the charity do, explain who they can help and where to contact.
You will hear from Tracey Threlfall, our Charity Representative for the Manchester area. Manchester is one of the larger regions, and therefore it is important to keep raising awareness across the various businesses based here in the city and surrounding areas, and this is an important part of the role. Manchester has equally benefited greatly from the fund over the years.
By the end of the session attendees will:
• Have a better awareness of the Insurance Charities and the support it can give to the sector and the wider insurance community
• Discover who is eligible for support and the ways in which the charity can do so.
Tracey Threlfall is Regional Managing Director for Aon in the North, she has been in the insurance industry for over 30 years mainly in the North of England with a brief spell in Brighton. Involved with the local institute for a number of years and got involved as Charity Representative in the last two years, also involved in other committees on council such as WIMIN, Style in the City and Mindful Manchester.
If you are aware of any person in need of help and support and you think the Insurance Charities can help, please do not hesitate to contact Tracey via the Manchester Institute email. Alternatively, you can contact The Insurance Charities directly here.
During 2020/2021 we are continuing to raise money for charity via various events. All money raised will be split 50/50 between The Insurance Charities and the President's chosen charity for the year National Eczema Society. We have set up a Virgin Money Giving link, please donate here. All donations big or small are welcomed and go a long way!
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