The LIFE Foundation announced that they will be sponsoring for the seventh year, the realLIFEstories Client Service Awards Program, a submission oriented program where agents put forth real-world accounts of how insurance has impacted those in need.
The Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education (LIFE), Arlington, VA., was founded in 1994 in response to what was perceived to be a lack of public awareness on life, health, disability and long-term care insurance. LIFE strives to maintain a certain level of cognizance in the public consciousness about the importance of insurance through measures like the realLIFEstories program.
To enter, insurance agents have to complete an application form coupled with an essay that details the importance of their client’s realLIFE story. After a deadline of January 17, 2012, a panel of journalists, regulators, legislators, educators and business leaders will vote on the four best stories. LIFE is looking for stories covering four major categories: Individual Life Insurance-Death Benefits; Individual Life Insurance–Cash Values; Workplace Life Insurance and Disability or Long-Term Care Insurance.