Liberty Mutual Foundation
Established in 2003, Liberty Mutual Foundation supports the communities in which we live and work. In partnership with our grantees, our common purpose is: to invest the expertise, leadership and the financial strength of Liberty Mutual Insurance and its employees to improve the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors.
Our grants help nonprofits that work to empower families and individuals who are struggling to thrive amid challenging situations. To that end, our grant-making priorities focus on organizations and programs in Greater Boston, Greater Puget Sound, and select counties of Washington State (defined below) to provide advanced security and resilience for people and communities. We seek to accomplish this through our three strategic goals by:
- Creating a safe and secure place
- Providing access to workforce and educational opportunity
- Creating climate resilient communities
|Greater Boston, defined as:||Greater Puget Sound and select
counties of Washington State, defined as:
We strive to give nonprofit organizations the flexibility they need. Therefore, Liberty Mutual Foundation makes single and multi-year program grants, supplemented by occasional operating support, and capital grants that are invitation only. Discretionary proposals initiated by nonprofits are accepted on a rolling basis. Our Request for Proposals (RFPs), specific to each funding area, are time limited, and have set deadlines. Please see below for the full 2023 schedule.
Our goal is to invest in leadership that is responsible. To that end, we give preference to nonprofit organizations with these attributes:
- solid financials
- clearly articulated systems for measuring impact
- a strong board and staff
- thoughtful strategic plans and budgets
To access a briefing document with a with a short description of each grant opportunity for 2023, please click the link below.
New RFP Releases
2023 Climate Resiliency RFP
Liberty Mutual Foundation is pleased to release our Climate Resiliency RFP for Greater Boston communities (as defined in the RFP).
Proposals are due by September 15, 2023.
RFP Timeline 2023*
|Initiative RFPs||RFP Release||Due Date||Funding Decision|
|Education||March 13||April 21||May 31|
|Housing Stability||June 1||July 14||September 15|
|Youth Workforce Development||June 1||July 14||September 15|
|Climate Resiliency||July 30||September 15||October 15|
|Youth Experiencing Homelessness||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|Basic Services||Not released in 2023|
*Note: Dates are subject to change
Access to Proposals for each RFP will be posted on the site once the RFP has been released.