Amplify Charitable Giving

December 15, 2023

Let's Give Together! Do you want to set aside money for a favorite charity? Check out our Charitable Rider. With the Charitable Rider you can have a percentage of the death benefit go to a charity in line with 1891 Financial Life’s common bond purpose 1,2, plus an additional boost with matching funds.

  • Add the Charitable Rider3 to your new Life Insurance policy at no additional cost!
  • Choose a percentage of at least 1% of the death benefit.
  • 1891 Financial Life will match the chosen percentage up to $2,500.

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About 1891 Financial Life

At 1891 Financial Life we don’t just sell policies, we offer possibilities. We pride ourselves on giving back to the communities that we serve by providing quality and comprehensive insurance solutions. We are a not-for-profit life insurance Society, which means the sales from these financial service products help fund member benefits along with social, educational, and volunteer programs designed to respond to community needs. In 2023, 1891 Financial Life was listed by Forbes as one of "The World's Best Life Insurance Companies."

Our portfolio is extensive, ranging from various life insurance policies to our annuities to support your financial needs no matter what stage of life you’re in. For more information, contact our friendly experts today at (855) 804-7424 or email

Subject to change. Products/features may not be available in all states.
1) A qualified charitable organization (“QCO”) is defined as an organization which is organized and operated exclusively for tax-exempt purposes and meets the
requirements set forth under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and supports the mission and purpose of 1891 Financial Life as described in the Articles of Incorporation. 1891 Financial Life reserves the right to reject any QCO that does not support our mission and purpose.
2) The purposes of the Society are to: promote friendship, unity and true Catholic charity among its members, foster fraternal and benevolent activities, further the progress of the Catholic Church, encourage patriotism and loyalty to the United States of America, and provide death, disability and other benefits, rights and privileges, as authorized by the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws and in accordance with the laws of Illinois.
3) ICC21-CGBR Series.
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