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Edward Kane Guardian Welfare Trust

In addition to addressing the needs of the community, Guardian has also long been committed to the well being of its employees. Established 80 years ago, the Trust has assisted needy employees with grants or loans when catastrophe strikes and no other resources are available to them.

The Trust is named in honor of the late Edward Kane, who was a member of Guardian's Board of Directors as well as an Executive Vice President of the company during his 57-year association with Guardian. Mr. Kane was a long-term, committed champion of the Trust's cause and one of its most generous supporters.

To make a tax-deductible donation to the Trust to provide support to Guardian's employees, a check should be made payable to "Edward Kane Guardian Life Welfare Trust" and submitted to Richard O'Donnell, Treasurer of the Trust, at Guardian Life, 7 Hanover Square - Mail Station H 17-C, New York, New York 10004.