Liberty Mutual invests much of its funding in youth. Priority is given to programs serving children and teenagers.
Low-Income Families and Individuals
The Foundation favors organizations and programs that deliver basic human services and that create opportunities for self-sufficiency for low-income individuals and families.
People with Disabilities
Liberty Mutual Foundation favors organizations and programs that accommodate people of all abilities -- without restrictions or limitations -- as they pursue their goals in education, health, housing, employment, and all other activities of daily life.
For programs serving children and youth with disabilities, areas of interest include early intervention, K-12 education, health care, family resources and support, assistive technology, out of school time, and cross-cutting issues such as bullying, inclusion, mentoring and transitions to adulthood. In addition, Liberty Mutual invites proposals to enhance efforts to prepare youth with disabilities for the workplace.