Duckprints in the Community

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Duckprints in the Community

Companies have a responsibility to make the areas in which we live and work better places. Learn more about how we give back to our communities, including how Aflac’s James Mailman was named one of the 2015 Heroes of the Fortune 500 for his support in the fight against childhood cancer.

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Aflac Recognized as One of America's 50 Most Community-Minded Companies Company Honored by Points of Light with Civic 50 Award
COLUMBUS, Ga., June 26, 2018 /3BL Media/ -- Aflac, the leading provider of voluntary insurance at the worksite in the United States, announced that Points of Light has named Aflac to its 2018 Civic 50 list. According to their website, Points of Light is the world's largest organization dedicated to volunteer...
Jun 26, 2018 11:45 AM ET
Aflac: Committed to Making a Difference in the Lives of Kids With Cancer
Since 1995, Aflac employees, agents and The Aflac Foundation, Inc., have donated more than $125 million toward pediatric cancer research and treatment. We are committed to helping make a difference in the lives of children facing cancer across the country, because every child deserves a lifetime. My Special Aflac DuckTM, part of Aflac’s ongoing Aflac Childhood Cancer Campaign...
Jun 20, 2018 10:20 AM ET
Aflac Presents My Special Aflac Duck at The Atlantic's Children and Cancer: An Atlantic Forum
COLUMBUS, Ga., May 22, 2018 /3BL Media/ — Aflac, the leading provider of voluntary insurance sales at the worksite in the U.S., today presented its innovative social robot, My Special Aflac Duck™, at the Children and Cancer Forum in Washington, D.C. The forum, hosted by Atlantic Media and underwritten by Aflac for the second consecutive year...
May 23, 2018 9:45 AM ET
Aflac Toy Robot for Kids Faces Cancer With Real Feelings
Aflac has teamed up with robotics toy company Sproutel to create My Special Aflac Duck, a technology that offers emotional support to kids with cancer. Kids can feed, bathe and even administer chemotherapy to the ducks that can respond to touch. “Medical play can be really therapeutic,” Sproutel CEO Aaron Horowitz told FOX...
May 11, 2018 1:40 PM ET

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