Chubb Charity Challenge Tournament Nears $10-Million Mark
Jones Brown Inc. of Calgary Wins $50,000 for Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation
WARREN, NJ, November 1, 2011—The 2011 Chubb Charity Challenge raised more than $905,000, bringing the golf tournament’s 12-year history of contributions
to charities across the United States and Canada to nearly $10 million.
Jones Brown Inc. of Calgary, Alberta, is the first Canadian team to win the tournament. Its first-place prize of $50,000 will
be donated to Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation, which provides children with family-centered care and supports health
programs and advanced pediatric research.
“Charities need our help more than ever,” said Harold L. Morrison, Jr., executive vice president, chief global field officer
and chief administrative officer of The Chubb Corporation. “We’re especially proud to see our agents, brokers and employees
work together to support hundreds of organizations that serve so many people in our local communities. We’re also delighted
that we’ve had our first Canadian winner.”
More than 50 charities benefited from agents playing on their behalf in this year’s tournament. The following is a list of
the top 10 winning teams and their chosen charity:
|Jones Brown, Inc.
||Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation
|Arthur J. Gallagher
||Los Angeles, CA
||Athletes For Life
|Assurance Agency Ltd.
|IMA of Colorado
||Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Colorado
|McQueary Henry Bowles Troy
||Arms of Hope
|Gregory & Appel Insurance
||Noble of Indiana
|Frost Insurance Agency, Inc.
||Retina Foundation of the Southwest
|Todd Associates, Inc.
||AIDS Taskforce of Cleveland
|Rich & Cartmill, Inc.
||Muscular Dystrophy Association
The member insurers of the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies form a multi-billion dollar organization providing property
and casualty insurance for personal and commercial customers worldwide through 8,500 independent agents and brokers. Chubb's
global network includes branches and affiliates throughout North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Australia.