Community Involvement

Camp Erin

The Orange Cost General Office Agents, staff and family members "Keeps Good Going" by volunteering at Camp Erin.  Camp Erin is the largest nationwide network of free bereavement camps for children and teens ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of someone close to them.   The New York Life Foundation has granted $1 Million to the Moyer Foundation to assist bereaved children.  It also sponsored the HBO Documentary "One Last Hug." Click here to view the trailer:


Long Beach Public Library 

New York Life Orange Coast General Office has become a sponsor of the Dana Library in Bixby Knolls, according to the Long Beach Public Library Foundation (LBPLF). A Community Impact Grant of $10,000 that the company awarded to LBPLF will be applied toward the foundation’s award-winning family learning centers.  Pictured is NYL Partner Mark McCollugh reading to the children.


The Therapeutic Riding Center

The Therapeutic Riding Center in Huntington Beach (TRC) was founded in 1990 by a group of community volunteers who wanted to provide services to individuals with disabilities in the form of Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT).

The New York Life Orange Coast Office volunteers assisted in helping children with physical and developmental challenges to discover their greatest strengths and gain a sense of self-confidence and self-reliance through the special relationship with a horse.

 Habitat for Humanity 

The Orange Coast General Office "Keeps Good Going." Twenty-five local New York Life employees recently got together to work on a Habitat for Humanity House in Santa Ana. They completed 200 hours of volunteer work, and New York Life donated $5,000 to the local Habitat chapter.