With the insurance industry seemingly starved for some good news about itself, it can take solace knowing that more than 4,000 insurance company volunteers were willing to provide time and labor to various nonprofit groups across the nation last week.

According to the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF), a charitable organization established in 1994, those 4,000 individuals provided 15,000 hours of service to non-profit organizations this year as part of “Volunteer Week,” the IICF's largest national program. Its mission is to help communities and enrich lives by combining the strengths of the industry to provide grants, volunteer service and leadership.

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