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Bridge Over Troubled Waters

To fund the purchase of the Liberty House, enabling graduates of Bridge transitional housing to live independently, experience self-sufficiency, strengthen skills, complete education and improve economic capacity. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$1,100,000.00

Bridge Steps dba The Bridge

To provide shelter, meals, personal hygiene, laundry, a library, phone access, mail and storage services to thousands of adults experiencing homelessness each month.

Dallas, TX
$35,000.00

Bridges from School to Work

To help in-school youth with disabilities aged 17-22 unlock their potential through paid work experience.

Boston, MA
$30,000.00

Brighter Bites

To provide over 6,470 families with more than 3.2 million pounds of produce and evidence-based nutrition education.

Houston, TX
$25,000.00

Brookview House

To address the basic needs of homeless families, including food, shelter, and safety, ensuring that parents are equipped to proceed to the next level of family transformation. (2-year grant)

Dorchester, MA
$63,000.00

Buckner Children and Family Services

To extend immediate assistance to low-income children and families while also helping them become self-sufficient through social support services.

Dallas, TX
$20,000.00

Budget Buddies

To support financial education and mentoring programs for low-income women and at-risk teen girls in Boston.

Chelmsford, MA
$20,000.00

Byrd Barr Place

To support food distribution to low-income families and individuals in central Seattle, through both a community food bank and home grocery delivery. (2-year grant)

Seattle, WA
$20,000.00

Cambridge College

To support English Language Learners through the Bridge to College partnership with Charlestown High School, a two-year intervention spanning students' junior and senior years of high school and culminating in their enrollment in college. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$70,000.00

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.