TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Foresters Financial:
Who: Foresters Financial™, an international financial services
provider committed to doing more for families and communities, is
offering assistance to its members affected by flooding in Illinois.
What: Eligible members living in the affected area who are
experiencing significant personal hardship as a result of the flooding
can receive grants to help with immediate needs. Disaster relief
assistance is one payment per household.
Members who are directly affected by the flooding can contact Foresters
toll-free at 800 828 1540 between the hours of 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST,
Monday to Friday, or e-mail Foresters at email@example.com.
About Foresters Financial
is an international financial services provider with more than three
million clients and members in the United States, Canada and the United
Kingdom, and total funds under management of $44 billion1.
With a history of more than 140 years, we provide life insurance,
savings, retirement and investment solutions that help families achieve
their financial goals, protect their families and improve their
communities. For more information, visit foresters.com.
Foresters Financial and Foresters are trade names and trademarks of The
Independent Order of Foresters (a fraternal benefit society, 789 Don
Mills Road, Toronto, Canada M3C 1T9) and its subsidiaries.
Products offered vary by country. Not all products are available for
distribution in all jurisdictions. In the United States, products are
offered by The Independent Order of Foresters and its subsidiaries,
including Foresters Financial Services, Inc. a registered broker-dealer.
Securities, life insurance and annuity products are offered through
Foresters Financial Services, Inc. or independent producers. Insurance
products are issued by Foresters Life Insurance and Annuity Company, New
York, or The Independent Order of Foresters. Investment advisory
products and services are offered through Foresters Advisory Services,
LLC, a registered investment adviser.
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1in Canadian dollars as of December 31, 2016