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ArtsBoston

To enhance and expand services to individuals and families facing economic or physical barriers to participation in arts and cultural events across the Greater Boston region. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$70,000.00

Asian American Civic Association

To provide low-income youth, ages 16-24, with case management, career exploration, job readiness, college placement, and other highly individualized, wraparound services. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$60,000.00

Asian Counseling and Referral Service

To help immigrant and refugee youth overcome language and cultural barriers to graduation while preparing them for life beyond high school. (2-year grant)

Seattle, WA
$30,000.00

Atlantic Street Center

To support the Summer Academy, which offers academic summer instruction and social skill-building activities to 40 3rd through 5th grade low-income students. (2-year grant)

Seattle, WA
$60,000.00

Attain Housing (formerly KITH)

To provide safe and affordable family housing, case management services, and weekly hot meals for families and individuals struggling to meet their basic needs.

Kirkland, WA
$15,000.00

AtWork!

To provide job training and mentorship for students with disabilities to ensure a fluid transition into the workforce.

Bellevue, WA
$15,000.00

AVANCE-Dallas

To engage pre-K children in the year-round excitement of learning about science, technology, engineering and mathematics using the "Peep's Big World" curricula through the program Full STEAM Ahead.

Dallas, TX
$65,000.00

B E L L Foundation

To support the Rising Scholars Program, which provides 40 rising 9th-graders with a 160-hour summer learning program at Charlestown High School that bridges the transition from middle school to high school. (2-year grant)

Dorchester, MA
$80,000.00

BalletRox

To provide instructional, inclusive dance classes to students at Henderson K-12, Hennigan K-8, Haley Pilot School, and Mather Elementary as an integrated part of their school day.

Jamaica Plain, MA
$40,000.00

Other Investments

Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC):

As part of our commitment to community development and homelessness relief efforts, Liberty Mutual Investments has committed approximately $770 million in equity to lowincome housing tax credits over the past eight years. These investments have contributed  to the development of 49,330 affordable housing units spanning all 50 states and  the District of Columbia.

Property Casualty Initiative (PCI) Fund, LLC:

Liberty Mutual is the majority participant  in the Massachusetts PCI Fund, a statewide community loan fund that has created or preserved 6,145 units of affordable housing, funded 118 small businesses and 29 economic development projects and created or retained more than 3,722 jobs.

The Furniture Trust:

In 2019, Liberty contributed over $1.8 million worth of used office furniture to The Furniture Trust, a nonprofit that distributes unwanted office furnishings to local schools and nonprofits.