Welcome to the Chubb Providing Hope Campaign! Chubb Insurance is proud to enter our 17th year as a partner and supporter of City of Hope. This year's campaign runs from Monday, April 1 to Friday, April 12. The Chubb Providing Hope Campaign raises funds in support of City of Hope, a cancer research institute and hospital. Although based in Southern California, the impact of this organization is felt around the world. City of Hope combines leading-edge research and innovation with compassionate care to create medical miracles in the fight against cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Chubb employees alone have raised more than $700,000 in support of City of Hope. Combined with the Chubb Charitable Foundation’s 100% match, the Chubb Providing Hope Campaign has raised $1.4 million!

More people every day are reclaiming their lives from cancer and diabetes — two diseases that touch each of us, our families, friends and colleagues. Your gift to City of Hope does more than save lives, it transforms the way we fight cancer. It enables us to bring better, smarter and more innovative technologies to our patients every day.


Chubb Day of Hope
Chubb offices across North America are hosting a “Day of Hope” to celebrate over 100 years of City of Hope's research and scientific breakthroughs. Please CLICK HERE to find specifics regarding your office’s Day of Hope or to contact your local Ambassador of Hope.  


City of Hope Impacts Lives Worldwide
City of Hope’s work extends beyond its main campus and research center located in Southern California. City of Hope has been ranked as one of the nation’s “Best Hospitals” in cancer by U.S. News & World Report for more than 10 years. Numerous breakthrough cancer drugs, including Herceptin, Erbitux, Rituxan and Avastin, are based on technology pioneered by City of Hope, and are saving lives worldwide. Furthermore, millions of people with diabetes benefit from synthetic human insulin, developed through research conducted at City of Hope.

City of Hope participates in more than 500 collaborative projects with more than 400 institutions in 40 states and 30 countries to find the best lifesaving new therapies and cures.