In a year like no other, our giving helped nonprofit heroes support communities in crisis.


The COVID-19 crisis of 2020 had an outsized effect on the most vulnerable members of our communities. The pandemic exacerbated issues of homelessness, accessibility, and educational inequities in our cities and states.

At Liberty Mutual, we believe that progress happens when people feel secure. That’s why we focus our philanthropy on advancing access for people with disabilities, empowering individuals experiencing homelessness and expanding educational opportunities for underserved students.

When the crisis struck, we acted fast and made an impact. Through both our corporate and employee giving, we supported the community partners — our nonprofit heroes — who provided direct aid to our friends and neighbors in need.

Our Giving 2020
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Headshot of Liberty Mutual CEO David H. Long

A message from CEO David H. Long

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Liberty Foundation President Melissa MacDonnell

A message from Foundation President Melissa MacDonnell

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Our philanthropy focuses on:

Homelessness
Accessibility
Education
Liberty Torchbearers

Responding to critical issues in 2020


By the numbers

$64 million+ Total corporate and employee giving

$11.5 million+ Give with Liberty, employee giving 

39,438 Volunteer with Liberty, hours logged


Featured nonprofit partners

Providing or assuring access to the highest quality health care for all homeless individuals and families in the greater Boston area
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program logo
Supporting each child's unique abilities, and helping every family become their child's best advocate
Boyer Children's Clinic logo
Building a new food economy grounded in racial, social and economic justice
Commonwealth Kitchen logo
Inspiring people to achieve personal and professional goals through accessible programs and services
DEAF Inc. logo
Learn more about our 467 nonprofit partners.
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New England’s largest museum dedicated to preserving, conserving and interpreting the contributions of African Americans
Museum of African American History logo
Providing children in need with the opportunity to reach their full potential via school readiness, promoting healthy development and family
Nurtury logo
Rebuilding lives by providing refuge and pathways to stability for adults experiencing homelessness and poverty
St. Francis House logo
Helping build bright futures for youth experiencing homelessness
YouthCare logo

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Empowering employees to support the causes they care about

Through Give with Liberty, Volunteer with Liberty and Serve with Liberty, our employees help make lives better by contributing to the causes they care about.