LIFE Foundation’s “Insure Your Love Picture Mosaic”

As moms, we do everything we can to provide our children with a good life, filled with happiness and lots of opportunities. But when was the last time you stopped to think about how your family would manage without you? It’s not a pleasant thought to ponder, but if your family depends on you, it’s a topic you can’t afford to ignore.

The nonprofit LIFE Foundation sponsors Life Insurance Awareness Month in response to the growing problem of too many families not having adequate life insurance protection. According to the industry research group LIMRA, 11 million U.S. households with children under age 18 have no coverage.  Those families are just one illness or accident away from a financial crisis, and something needs to be done about it. That’s why LIFE has created the “Insure Your Love Picture Mosaic” in support of Life Insurance Awareness Month.

The “Insure Your Love Picture Mosaic” is designed to recognize and celebrate those who have made the responsible decision to protect their loved ones by owning life insurance, while also introducing them to a larger community of others who have made the same choice. People are encouraged to upload up to 20 photos of their loved ones, whose financial future has been safeguarded by their decision to purchase life insurance.

By adding your photos to the mosaic, you will also be helping out a great cause. For each photo uploaded, $1 will be donated to the LIFE Lessons Scholarship Program, which provides tuition assistance to students who have lost a parent and are struggling to achieve their dream of a college education.

(Disclosure: This is a compensated post and information provided is from the LIFE Foundation and MomSelect.)

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