HCB is pleased to support and promote the 7 Families Thank You’ #ForAllTheCarers Mini Campaign starting on Thursday 29th October 2015. The aim of the campaign is to further raise consumer awareness of the financial impact of long term ill health by focusing a range of social media activity across the UK on the same day. The theme of the campaign is based around the hashtag #ForAllTheCarers and is a way for 7 Families its sponsors and supporters to say a big thank you to all the people out there who help those with disabilities and illness.
Take a look at their video and then please share the 7Families message on Twitter and Facebook
Please insert the following into your tweet:
A MASSIVE thanks to everyone who cares or looks after someone. RT to say Thank You. #ForAllTheCarers @7Families
Please insert the following into your Facebook Status:
Who do you want to thank? We at 7 Families want to say thank you to all of the nurses, carers, family members, friends and everyone who lend their support to those who need it every single day. Thank you for everything. We would be lost without you.
Share this to say thank you to someone you know that gives above and beyond.
Visit and like the 7 Families page to follow 7 touching stories.
Let’s get tweeting, posting and sharing using hashtags
About Seven Families
Seven Families is a charity led campaign to provide a tax-free income for one year to seven people who have lost their income because of a serious or long-term illness or disability.
We aim to highlight the need for people to plan financially in case they become too ill to earn an income and the charity Disability Rights UK are working with seven families where the main breadwinner has been forced out of work by an accident or illness and not received any related insurance pay out.
The campaign has three aims: To raise public awareness of the financial impact of long term illness or disability; to help seven real families who are facing financial meltdown; and to demonstrate the value of independent living support, rehabilitation and counselling, through trying to help get people back to work.
Aegon, Ageas Protect, Aviva, British Friendly, Canada Life, Cardif Pinnacle, Ellipse Exeter Friendly, Fineos, Friends Life, Hannover Re UK Life, LV=, Royal London Pacific Life Re, PruProtect (VitalityLife), RGA, Scor, Scottish Widows, Unum, Zurich.
List of companies and organisations supporting the campaign:
ABI, Adviser Home, BankHouse Communications, Best Doctors, Best Insurance, CBT Services, CI Expert, Cover magazine, Countrywide, Direct Life & Pensions Drewberry Insurance, Health Claims Bureau, Highclere Financial Services, Innovate HMG, LifeQuote, LifeSearch, LightBlue UK, London & Country, Money Advice Service, MoneySupermarket, Mortgage Introducer, Mortgage Support Network, Munich Re, Neurokinex, Panacea Adviser, Pink Home Loans, Plan Money, Protection Review, Protect Me, PTFS Punter Southall Health and Protection Holdings, Red Arc, Retirement Review, Royal Bank of Scotland, Roxburgh Financial Management, SJP, SPF Private Clients, Swiss Re, The Independent (personal support from the personal finance editor Simon Read), The Mail on Sunday (personal support from the personal finance editor Jeff Prestridge), Turning Point.
Members of the Action Group (who manage the project):
Carr Consulting & Communications, HTF Media, IPTF, Le Beau Visage, LegaCare, Master Adviser, Relative.
About HCB Group
Health Claims Bureau Group (HCB) has provided independent employee health, wellness and claims management services to Employers, Intermediaries, Insurers and Pension Scheme Trustees in the UK and Ireland for over 30 years. Based in Oxfordshire, UK with additional locations in Dublin, and Portland, Maine USA (through our relationship with PDA), HCB is able to leverage our expertise and understanding of the Employee Health and Claims markets to enable clients to make informed decisions in the management of employee health, employee wellness or insured claims.
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