Who We Serve
Since 1951, American Income Life has operated in the spirit of ‘Be Union – Buy Union.’ Wherever and whenever there is an opportunity to further the cause of labor, we are the first in line. From the representatives in the field who write an application, to the administrative staff at the Corporate Office, all the way up to the CEO, everything is done under the union label ... and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
Through our long-term relationship and commitment to organized labor, we have been able to develop a Labor Advisory Board made up of more than 50 international union leaders, AFL-CIO representatives, and ‘Change To Win’ representatives who advise us on the best way to be of service to the labor movement.
The MacDonald Insurance Group Commitment to the Mission of Labor
The MacDonald Insurance Group has a commitment and dedication to helping working families during their times of need. We take pride in:
Walking picket lines to support union members
Setting up food banks to support striking members
Offering other support as needed
Our Corporate Office union members fight locally, statewide, and nationally for what really matters — good jobs, affordable healthcare, and the right to organize
From the beginning, our focus has always been on making quality insurance products available through credit unions with which the average family is affiliated. This makes it convenient and cost effective for working people to purchase benefits they might not otherwise be able to access. We serve more than 20,000 organizations nationwide, representing more than 2 million policyholders. At American Income Life, we continuously strive to deliver one-on-one, superior service to credit unions and their members.
The MacDonald Insurance Group’s Commitment to the Mission of Your Credit Union
Credit union goals are varied and unique. We customize our marketing plans to help achieve those goals. We listen to the credit union and work together to develop personalized marketing plans and services. Our marketing plans are designed to support the Credit Union’s initiatives and strategies, all at no cost to the credit union.
Credit Union Services – Whether your goals are membership renewal, membership retention, increasing member participation in credit union services, credit union growth through new members or enhancing your credit union profile within your community, our programs can benefit you.
Surveys – Member feedback is important. TMIG representatives can help gather data the credit union can use to enhance your efforts to become a member’s Primary Financial Institution.
Increased Loan Value – We work with you to identify members who are in need of car loans, mortgages and credit cards which help you recapture revenue being lost to banks and financing companies
The MacDonald Insurance Group’s goal is to protect all working families, and this protection extends to associations. Regardless of whether your association is for licensed professionals, a fraternal organization, or recreational purposes, your members deserve that protection.
TMIG encourages its representatives to help support our marketplaces. Our representatives are involved in food banks, community projects, and various local and state charities.
TMIG listens to association directors and works with them to develop marketing plans specific to their needs.
Whether your goals are membership renewal, membership growth, or enhancing your association profile within your community, our programs can help you.
Special Risk Division
We protect the people you serve.
The MacDonald Insurance Group Special Risk Division provides blanket medical insurance for a wide variety of youth-serving and nonprofit organizations. Because we work directly with our policyholders, and not through a broker, we are able to provide unparalleled service tailored specifically to you.
We are committed to Serving Those Who Serve Others –
If your group needs accident or illness coverage, we can help. The MacDonald Insurance Group Blanket Accident and Illness Insurance. We're able to serve a variety of groups, including:
4-H and Cooperative Extension
Camp and Conference Centers
College and University Programs
Student and Youth Travel Companies
Other Youth Organizations