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Cambridge Family and Children's Service

To equip older foster youth and young at-risk parents, up to age 23, with the life skills and permanent adult connections necessary to live independently. (3-year grant)

Cambridge , MA
$255,000.00

Caritas Communities

To provide onsite case management to newly-housed residents, helping them achieve and maintain independence and a better life through counseling, group activities, and referrals.

Braintree, MA
$20,000.00

Carroll Center for the Blind

To fund website accessibility assessments for three Boston-based nonprofits, ensuring the sites are accessible for people of all abilities.

Newton, MA
$36,000.00

Casa Myrna Vazquez

To support culturally competent, trauma-informed emergency residential and community-based housing and supportive services for very low-income adults, children, and teen parents made homeless by domestic violence. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$42,000.00

Casa Nueva Vida

To provide shelter, food, warmth, and services to Boston's low-income and homeless families. (2-year grant)

Boston, MA
$21,000.00

Catch Up & Read

To provide advanced teacher training in research-based literacy strategies, in addition to after-school tutoring for low-performing students who need help attaining reading proficiency.

Dallas, TX
$20,000.00

Cathedral High School

To build and enhance a curriculum focused on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics), in order to prepare students for the challenges of college and professional life.

Boston, MA
$20,000.00

Catholic Charitable Bureau of the Archdiocese of Boston

To support St. Peter's Teen Center, providing comprehensive academic tutoring and educational support to underserved youth in grade-specific classrooms during the after-school hours and summer vacation. (2-year grant)

South Boston, MA
$90,000.00

Catholic Charities of Spokane

To support St. Margaret's Shelter, providing safe and secure shelter, basic services, wraparound supports, and resources for families experiencing homelessness. (2-year grant)

Spokane, WA
$50,000.00

Catholic Community Services of King County

To support the Youth Tutoring Program, which provides tutors who inspire students living in public housing communities to achieve success in school. (2-year grant)

Seattle, WA
$80,000.00

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.