(Boca Raton, FL, May 23, 2018)—The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) is pleased to announce that its
Annual Issues Symposium (AIS) 2018 golf tournament raised $25,000 to support Kids’ Chance. JLT Re sponsored the tournament. Attendees consider
AIS to be the premier Thought Leadership event for senior executives in the workers compensation industry.
"The tournament was successful thanks to the participation of so many generous individuals, and of course our sponsor, JLT Re,” said Bill Donnell, president and CEO of NCCI. “This year we leveraged our
AIS tournament to benefit Kids’ Chance—an organization closely aligned to our mission given its role in providing scholarships to children of workers injured or deceased on the job."
NCCI held the
AIS 2018 golf tournament on May 16, 2018, at the Grand Cypress Orlando Golf Club in Florida.
“JLT Re is a proud sponsor of this great event, and we are honored to support Kids’ Chance in their quest to make a significant difference in the lives of all children affected by a workplace injury,” said Ed Hochberg, CEO of JLT Re (North America) Inc.
“I am so grateful to NCCI, a longtime partner of Kids’ Chance, and to JLT Re for sponsoring the event. It’s this type of partnership and creativity that increases awareness, drives funding, and gets more scholarships to kids in need,” said Kevin Turner, president of Kids’ Chance of America.
Attached is a photo of the check presentation, from left to right: Bill Donnell, President and CEO of NCCI, Vicki Burkhart, Executive Director of Kids Chance of America, and John C. Shea, Executive Vice President of JLT Re.
About Kids’ Chance
Kids’ Chance believes that we can make a significant difference in the lives of all children affected by workplace injuries by helping them pursue and achieve their educational goals. Our mission is to create a strong Kids’ Chance presence in all 50 states by providing national visibility, financial support, and best practices to each Kids’ Chance state organization, so they can provide scholarships to as many eligible students as possible. Collectively, Kids’ Chance organizations have awarded 6,000 scholarships across the country, totaling over $18 million.
Founded in 1923, the mission of the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) is to foster a healthy workers compensation system. In pursuit of this mission, NCCI gathers data, analyzes industry trends, and prepares objective insurance rate and loss cost recommendations. These activities—together with research, analytical services and tools, and an overall commitment to excellence—have positioned NCCI as the trusted source for workers compensation information. To learn more about NCCI, please visit