CIGNA today announced that the Children’s Memorial Hospital would receive a $20,000 under the CIGNA Foundation grant being the winner of last night’s CIGNA Executive Challenge in Chicago. The Executive Challenge grouped company leaders with five non profit seeking local authorities in a contest featuring an array of fun team-building and leadership activities designed to test creative and strategic thinking while broadening CIGNA leaders’ understanding of cultural diversity, communication and community service.
David Cordani, president and CEO, CIGNA said that the best way company can grow is to guide its leaders to think differently and look for new ways to accomplish goals. Challenge not only served the Chicago community by providing grants to important organizations in the area but it also allowed its team to gain a different perspective through their hands-on work with successful community groups.
The winning non-profit organization, Children’s Memorial Hospital, was chosen on the results of the competition emphasizing team commitment to service, communication and global sensitivity. The remaining four participating Chicago-area charities — American Heart Association; Art Institute of Chicago; Northwestern Memorial Hospital; and YMCA of Greater Chicago – would be receiving a $5,000 CIGNA Foundation grant in recognition of their role in building a healthier community.
Jenny Heimerl, development officer of Children’s Memorial Foundation said that it was an honor for them to be selected by CIGNA as a participant in their executive leadership challenge .and it share CIGNA’s goal of community service and this generous $20,000 grant will go a long way towards completing our new facility, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, and helping make Chicago the healthiest place in the nation for kids.
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