Liberty Mutual Foundation

Established in 2003, the 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 despite challenging situations. To that end, our grant-making priorities focus on organizations and programs in Boston, Seattle/King County and Dallas that provide accessibility for individuals of all abilities; security for men, women and children experiencing homelessness; and educational opportunities for children and youth living in poverty.

We strive to give nonprofit organizations the flexibility they need. Therefore, the Liberty Mutual Foundation makes single and multi-year program grants, supplemented by occasional capital and operating support. Discretionary proposals (RFP) are accepted on a rolling basis and our Request for Proposals in specific funding areas have stated deadlines and are widely posted. Our review process is continuous.

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​

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Accessibility

Liberty Mutual Foundation seeks to support accessibility for people of all abilities as they pursue their goals in education, health, employment and all other daily activities.

A tool organizations can use to assess their strengths and opportunities for improvement is available below. This tool can provide a baseline and help organizations enhance their ability to be inclusive and accessible. 

Liberty Mutual Foundation seeks to support accessibility for people of all abilities as they pursue their goals in education, health, employment and all other daily activities.

A tool organizations can use to assess their strengths and opportunities for improvement is available below. This tool can provide a baseline and help organizations enhance their ability to be inclusive and accessible. 

Security

Youth Homelessness Prevention

Boston

Liberty Mutual Foundation is pleased to accept proposals for its Youth Homelessness Prevention RFP.

Applicants must download and read the RFP, Youth Homelessness Prevention RFP 2019, and use the Invitation Code Youth2019 when applying. 

Proposals are due no later than November 15, 2018.

Questions should be directed via email to the Foundation.

Youth Homelessness Prevention

Boston

Liberty Mutual Foundation is pleased to accept proposals for its Youth Homelessness Prevention RFP.

Applicants must download and read the RFP, Youth Homelessness Prevention RFP 2019, and use the Invitation Code Youth2019 when applying. 

Proposals are due no later than November 15, 2018.

Questions should be directed via email to the Foundation.

Opportunity

The Education Initiative RFP submission period has closed.

The next Education Initiative RFP will probably be released in 2019.

Questions should be directed via email to the Foundation

The Education Initiative RFP submission period has closed.

The next Education Initiative RFP will probably be released in 2019.

Questions should be directed via email to the Foundation