‘Tis the Season to Give Back: Charitable Trust Holiday Contributions

For the sixth consecutive year, the OneBeacon Charitable Trust has donated more than $50,000 to nonprofits across the country, specifically in local communities where OneBeacon has a presence. The local employees identified a worthy organization where they may volunteer or offer support, or that is simply well recognized for helping a meaningful cause.

Listed below are the nonprofits we were pleased to support  this holiday season, with the sponsoring office noted in parentheses.

Additionally, the Trust is donating  $30,000 to three national nonprofits. The allocation of the funds is decided via our holiday e-card poll. If you wish to participate, simply view the card and select your choice.

We wish you all a joyous holiday season!

  • Annapolis Area Ministries Inc. (Annapolis)
  • Cavalry Children’s Home (Atlanta)
  • Pine Street Inn (Boston)
  • Food Bank of Western New York (Buffalo)
  • The Greater Boston Food Bank (Canton, Quincy, Needham, MA)
  • Canton Area Helpline (Canton)
  • Boys  Hope Girls Hope of IL  (Chicago)
  • Food Bank of the Rockies (Denver)
  • Food Share (Farmington, CT)
  • St. Jude’s Research Hospital (Los Angeles)
  • Dorothy Day Center (Catholic Charities of St. Paul & Minneapolis) (Minnetonka, MN)
  • Sharing and Caring Hands (Minnetonka)
  • Interfaith Food Pantry (Morristown, NJ)
  • Holy Trinity Parish Food (New York City)
  • RFK Center for Justice & Humanity (New York City)
  • American Cancer Society (New York City)
  • Harvesters (Overland Park, KS)
  • SW Virginia Second Harvest Food Bank (Salem, VA)
  • ThriveWell Cancer Foundation (San Antonio)
  • San Francisco Food Bank (San Francisco)
  • Seattle Children’s Hospital (Seattle)

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