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Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston

To support the Mattapan Teen Center, offering programs in performing arts, leadership, wellness and education to approximately 250 club members from this underserved neighborhood. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$250,000.00

Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester

To support educational enrichment programming that provides crucial support to youth across all grade levels, helping them to progress from grade to grade on time and reach academic milestones at every age. (2-year grant)

Dorchester, MA
$120,000.00

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas

To provide youth, especially vulnerable youth, with career and college-readiness programming, including homework help, tutoring and literacy interventions.

Dallas, TX
$45,000.00

Boys & Girls Clubs of King County

To provide expanded learning and career development opportunities, including daily tutoring, job training and internships, to over 100 low-income, at-risk youth in South King County. (2-year grant)

Seattle, WA
$50,000.00

Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound

To support the Summer Boost Program, which aims to counteract summer learning loss by giving 280 low-income rising fourth and sixth graders a pathway to success.

Tacoma, WA
$40,000.00

Boys & Girls Clubs of Spokane County

To increase academic success for 6th- to 9th-graders through a graduation promotion initiative, BE GREAT: PREP, that provides year-round support for students at the highest risk of dropout. (2-year grant)

Spokane, WA
$60,000.00

Breaktime Café

To launch the careers of young adults experiencing homelessness through transitional employment and empowerment.

Boston, MA
$50,000.00

Bridge Over Troubled Waters

To strengthen and expand Street Outreach, which provides homeless and runaway youth with survival aid and health care while connecting them with youth-centered services that guide them toward stability.

Boston, MA
$150,000.00

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.