Reporter Matt Alderton recently investigated how a wide array of companies responded to COVID-19 in a USA Today Special Edition: America Responds. Companies such as New York Life and Cigna, through their charitable foundations, are making kindness and generosity top priorities during this global pandemic. 

New York Life has a history of being there for its customers and communities in the wake of a disaster. In the article, Alderton highlighted the Brave of Heart Fund, powered by E4E Relief, the latest initiative that illustrates the company’s humanity and continues its legacy of being there through epidemics, world wars, and financial crises. The company attributes its ability to weather these storms and provide people with financial security, peace of mind, and human guidance to its solid track record of making good and responsible decisions, planning, and preparing.

 “The pandemic calls for companies to dig deep and consider how they serve others. New York Life’s mission is to provide people with financial security and peace of mind in uncertain times, so we’re doing what we do best for the families of health care workers.” - Ted Mathas, chairman and CEO of New York Life.

Even in uncertain times, New York Life’s priorities remain aligned with those of the people who look to it to help them protect their future. This is demonstrated today by the company delivering flexibility to policy owners, stability to its workforce, and taking responsibility for the communities where its people live and work.

Ted Mathas, chairman and CEO of New York Life, added, “The pandemic calls for companies to dig deep and consider how they serve others. New York Life’s mission is to provide people with financial security and peace of mind in uncertain times, so we’re doing what we do best for the families of health care workers.”

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New York Life Insurance Company
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