ANZIIF announces partner for charity luncheon

Report proposes 'self-funding' insurance model for export industries

ANZIIF announces partner for charity luncheon

13 February 2023

The Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF) has announced child cancer charity Little Heroes Foundation as a collaborator for its South Australian Charity Luncheon on May 12.

This year’s event marks the 50th edition of the charity fundraiser, which sees industry members help raise funds for partners, with Little Heroes Foundation being the latest.

The charity provides aid and treatment for children with physical and mental illnesses. It has recently partnered with the Childhood Dementia Initiative to assist over 100 families whose children have been diagnosed with childhood dementia in SA.

“The program supports them with their immediate needs, such as finance and home maintenance to make life a little easier during these difficult times,” Little Heroes Foundation CEO Chris McDermott said.

“Our drive and passion has always been and will continue to be about providing South Australians with the very best of care and treatments for their individual situations.”

Early bird tickets for the event will be available from March 31.

Click here for more information.

See also  How many life insurance policies can one person have?