"There's always been a consciousness of giving back, understanding the needy," says Markel (right), recipient of the IICF's "Double I" award. "But what has changed is the industry has become much more financially sophisticated and solid." (Photo: IICF) "There's always been a consciousness of giving back, understanding the needy," says Markel (right), recipient of the IICF's "Double I" award. "But what has changed is the industry has become much more financially sophisticated and solid." (Photo: IICF)

The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping communities and enriching lives, raised $1.14 million at its 13th annual Northeast Benefit Dinner in New York City on Dec. 12.

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