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Bay Cove Human Services

To support the Early Intervention Program for infants and toddlers who are developmentally delayed, have a known disabling condition, or who are at risk of delays due to biological or environmental factors.

Boston, MA
$60,000.00

Beacon Communities Charitable Fund

To provide daily after-school programming in public housing that addresses academic success, technology, recreation, and healthy lifestyles for low-income students in grades K-12. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$40,000.00

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

To support the Early Access to College dual enrollment program designed to support the development of college-level study skills, a head start on college, quicker paths to middle skills jobs, and to provide life skills crucial to academic success. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$150,000.00

Berklee College of Music

To provide people with disabilities of all ages with the opportunity to experience weekend study, to create, and perform in a wide range of music, dance, and theater programs.

Boston, MA
$15,000.00

Best Buddies Massachusetts

To support the jobs program, which assists young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in finding competitive, integrated employment.

Charlestown, MA
$60,000.00

Bethel Institute for Community Development

To transform STEM subjects into a fun learning adventure for 4th-7th grade youth of color enrolled in Boston Public Schools. (2-year grant)

Jamaica Plain, MA
$50,000.00

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay

To support individualized mentoring and coaching and enrichment for children and youth; specialized focus for youth living in housing developments, access to college pathway.

Boston, MA
$35,000.00

Big Sister Association of Greater Boston

To support the one-to-one mentoring program that matches young girls with trained women mentors for guidance, for crisis intervention and to create lasting, impactful relationships.

Boston, MA
$30,000.00

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.