Mondial Assistance USA, based in Henrico County, Virginia, announced it has donated more than $3,000 to the Central Virginia Food Bank (CVFB) as a result of its “Chairs for Charity” drive. The drive was organized by Mondial Assistance associates who sold no-longer-needed desk chairs for $15 each, though most sales generated far more in voluntary donations. The company then matched all the money raised, dollar for dollar.
“We’re proud to support the Central Virginia Food Bank and extremely proud of the generosity our Mondial Assistance team demonstrated through this effort,” said Mark Cipolletti, vice president for communications with Mondial Assistance USA (www.mondialUSA.com). “The drive was organized very spontaneously and it was just a great, creative use of resources.”
Representatives from Mondial Assistance presented a check to the Central Virginia Food Bank. Fay Lohr, President and CEO of CVFB and Roy Peters, vice president of Finance and Administration for CVFB, were on hand to receive the donation.
About Mondial Assistance:
Mondial Assistance is a global leader in specialty insurance and emergency assistance services. Four percent of the world’s population or about 250 million people are served by Mondial Assistance businesses around the globe. In the United States, Mondial Assistance is best known for its Access America® brand of travel insurance and assistance services. Access America plans are sold in all 50 states by the finest travel agencies and suppliers. As one of 29 business units, the U.S. operation also serves major health insurers, credit card, and entertainment companies with insurance products, international travel assistance, and concierge services. Mondial Assistance is part of the Allianz (NYSE: AZ) group of companies. For more information please visit: www.mondialUSA.com.