COLUMBUS, OH, November 1, 2010 – The New York Life Foundation was awarded 4-H’s national Crystal Clover Award, an award given to a partner selected by the National 4-H Council Board of Trustees, recognizing the company for pioneering a new approach, reaching new audiences, or helping create significant impact for young people. The New York Life Foundation was recognized at an event recently at The Ohio State University in Columbus for support of the creation of 150 new 4-H clubs in urban areas, a five-year partnership that has impacted more than 3,000 at-risk youth in Atlanta, Cleveland, Ithaca, Minneapolis, and New York City.
Pictured below are: Lance LaVergne (center), Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer, New York Life Insurance Company, who accepted the award from Trustees E. Gordon Gee (left), president, The Ohio State University and National 4-H Council Board trustee; Jim Borel, (back row, left) executive vice president, DuPont Company and National 4-H Council Board trustee; Don Floyd, (back row, right) chief executive officer, National 4-H Council; and youth from the Cleveland New York Life Youth in Governance 4-H.
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|Photo Caption: New York Life Foundation Receives National Crystal Clover Award From 4-H|