The mission of the Boston Mutual Making An Impact program is to support the giving of our talents and resources to those that foster our core belief in community & family, education, and the environment.
Our Focus Areas:
- Community & Family: Organizations that serve individuals, families, and neighbors
- Education: Activities that promote educational programs and scholarships
- Environment: Organizations that make a positive impact on the environment
Peace of Mind for Our Communities
At Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company, we are committed to delivering on our promises and providing financial peace of mind for all those we serve. As a mutual company, that dedication to acting in the best interests of our stakeholders extends from our producers, policyholders, and employees to the communities around us.
We’re passionate about finding ways big and small to pay it forward, and through our corporate citizenship program, we engage with organizations and causes where we live and work to support those in need. This is how we live the goodness of mutuality in all we do – by going the extra mile not just in our work, but also in how we live our brand.
“With this program, we can highlight the great work our employees and producers are doing in our communities and pave the way for future opportunities to continue giving back.”
– Paul A. Quaranto, Jr., Chairman, CEO, and President
Some of the ways we get involved and give back:
Employee Volunteerism: In our Making An Impact program, Boston Mutual Life employees volunteer their time and skills to a wide range of worthy causes
Public Affairs: Giving back to the community means getting involved in activities beyond traditional philanthropic efforts
Charitable Giving: We tap into relationships with our key partners to identify new ways to give back to communities across the country
Environmental Sustainability: Taking care of the community includes the environment too – and when establishing sustainable efforts to protect the environment for future generations, every little bit counts