Chubb Challenge charity event cracks million-dollar mark for first time in 23-year history

For two decades, the Chubb Charity Challenge golf tournament has stood as a symbol of the commitment to making a tangible difference in the communities it serves, Chubb North America President Chris Maleno said.

Its impact is greater than ever.

Earlier this month, the event cracked the million-dollar mark for the first time in its 23-year history.

“This year’s record amount raised is a testament to the dedication of our network of brokers, agents, and clients to their local communities across North America,” Maleno said. “We take pride in witnessing the positive impact these contributions have on their chosen charities.”

Launched in 1996, the Chubb Charity Challenge invites insurance agents, brokers and clients to golf in regional tournaments hosted by local Chubb branches.

Competing on behalf of their selected charities, the winning foursome from each local tournament advances to the national tournament. The Chubb Charity Challenge has raised a total of over $20 million with more than 6,500 charities benefiting from the tournament.

This year, 52 teams of insurance agents, brokers and clients from across the U.S. and Canada, competed in the event in Sea Island, Georgia.

A team from Denver, representing the Southwest region, was crowned champion. Their charity of choice – Saint Sebastian Sports Project, Inc. – will be awarded $55,000.