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IICF Raises $1.3 Million at Annual New York Gala

The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation will distribute the proceeds from the 16th Annual Northeast Benefit dinner to philanthropic organizations throughout the New York metropolitan area.

Dec. 6, 2022

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