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AEGON and Right To Play Announce Global Partnership
Date:7/3/2008

p between AEGON and Right To Play dates back to 2004, when AEGON's Dutch organization - AEGON The Netherlands - signed a three year partnership. Among the activities developed by AEGON The Netherlands to raise funds for and awareness about Right To Play is the annual AEGON Right To Play Run for its business partners, employees and their families. Proceeds of the event in 2007, totaling EUR 340,000, have been used to support Right To Play activities in regions affected by war, poverty and disease.

Johann Olav Koss stated: "The relationship that AEGON and Right To Play have built up over the last 4 years has proven itself as a golden combination. With the expansion of the partnership, we are now entering a new phase in which AEGON will support Right To Play in implementing sports and play projects and building capacity and programs as a basis for future growth of the organization. The long-term commitment of AEGON and the passionate involvement of its employees is a great example of a worldwide respected company taking its social responsibility by contributing to communities in the most disadvantaged areas in the world."

In addition to supporting Right To Play, AEGON also funds international cancer research, and other education, social and civic organizations aimed at addressing quality of life issues and creating opportunity for people and communities in the Americas, Europe and Asia.

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AEGON is one of the world's largest life insurance and pension groups, and a strong provider of investment products. AEGON empowers local business units to identify and provide products and services that meet the evolving needs of customers, using distribution channels best suited to local markets. AEGON takes pride in balancing a local approach with the power of an expanding global operation.

With headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands, AEGON companies employ approximately 30,000 people worldwide. AEGON's businesses serve millions of custome
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