The NASBI Heart Wishes Fund
At the 2022 NASBI  Forum, Dan Pisetsky presents check to benefit the Heart Wiahes Fund.

At the 2022 NASBI Forum, we heard from NASBI founder, Dan Pisetsky. While Dan retired from NASBI in 2017, he is committed to ensuring our organization has a positive impact on our industry and the people we serve.

To that end, he has established a grant program called The Heart Wishes Fund.

The Heart Wishes Fund

The Fund will donate to someone in need every year. NASBI believes that small acts of kindness can make a major difference in a person’s life, especially those dealing with a critical illness.

Our goal is to provide financial support to those who need help with home modifications, treatment, medications, medical bills, or any of the other countless financial burdens that people experience when they endure a critical illness of any kind. Grants will be awarded up to $5,000.

NASBI was created to bring awareness to these insurance products and promote compassion and innovation to find new ways to support those who need the coverage. Our forum and our study groups are focused on discussing the challenges and opportunities in our industry and finding unique ways to collaborate and create better experiences for our customers.

The Heart Wishes Fund is the dream of our founder, and we are so excited to be able to put that dream into action!

Submit a nominee

Please check back for 2024 Nomination entry information.

Donate to The Heart Wishes Fund

NASBI is a community of stakeholders in the supplemental benefits industry. If you or your company would like to contribute to The Heart Wishes Fund, please contact us to get in touch with us.

We welcome any involvement, financial or otherwise, to help keep this program benefiting people in need for years to come!

Group of people making the heart symbol with their hands.
The NASBI Heart Wishes Team – from left: Stacey Hunter, Voya; Kendie Stroede, Cigna;
Gary Harger, Elevance; Octavia Fuller, USAble Life. Not pictured: Rhonda Russell

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