Know Someone Who’s Saved a Life? Nominate Them for a LGIT Award

The Local Government Insurance Trust (LGIT) reviews applications for its Life Saver’s Award on a rolling basis – if you know someone who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to save a life, nominate them today.

LifesaverTo celebrate those who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to save someone’s life, LGIT offers a Life Saver’s Award Program. The nominee must either be the employee of a LGIT member or be the person who saved the life of a LGIT member. The life-saving act must be outside the regular responsibilities of that employee and the nomination must be made within 60 days of the life-saving event. The award presentation will be held at the LGIT Annual Meeting in the fall.

LGIT was founded by the Maryland Association of Counties (MACo) and the Maryland Municipal League (MML) in answer to difficulties towns, cities, and counties faced in securing affordable insurance.

lgit ads.pdfLGIT is a member-owned association authorized by state law, wholly owned and managed by its local government members. The Trust’s main purpose is to provide joint self-insurance programs or pools for towns, cities, and counties in the state of Maryland. The concept is simple – rather than paying premiums to buy insurance from an insurance company, local governments contribute those premiums into a jointly owned fund. The money in that fund is used to pay for the members’ claims, losses, and expenses.

MACo would like to thank Platinum Corporate Partner LGIT for its dedicated commitment to helping local government employees manage risk and stay safe. LGIT is sponsoring the 2019 MACo Summer Conference keynote speaker and the neckwallets. Be sure to visit LGIT in booth 600 at the conference to discuss how they can help your county! Thank you, LGIT, for your support of county governments!

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