Archive for the ‘Agent/Brokers Give Back’ category

  1. Uniting to Fight Poverty

    On May 16, several members of our OneBeacon Technology Insurance team started their morning by attending the Life Science Cares Impact Breakfast in Cambridge, MA. The fundraiser celebrated the industry’s commitment to end poverty in the greater Boston area. Through uniting the human and financial resources of life science companies and industry leaders, Life Science […]

  2. A Look Back: 2016 Community Giving

    The totals are in! Last year, the OneBeacon Charitable Trust donated to 126 nonprofits in support of our employees and producers partners. We also sponsored 4 insurance education programs and matched 28 gifts our employees made to schools. We’re proud of the generous spirit continually demonstrated by members of our community and glad to be […]

  3. Sunshine and Tee-Times to Support Local Families

    Fortunately, it never rains in California, which means their outdoor charitable fundraisers always draw a crowd. Our Orange County-based partners from Barney and Barney recently hosted their fifth annual Golf Classic, which benefited the Assistance League of Santa Ana and Mariposa Women & Family Center. Golfers from across Southern California came out to support and raise money for […]

  4. Hitting the Links to Help Fight Poverty

    We are always pleased to support those causes that matter to our agency partners. Through the OneBeacon Charitable Trust, our Surety Group recently sponsored a hole at a charity golf tournament to benefit Part of the Solution. Our agency partners from Alliant’s New Jersey offices are very involved with this Bronx-based organization, which focuses on […]

  5. Ping-Pong Fever Hits Mile-High City

    Ping-pong match-time recently hit downtown Denver, courtesy of OneBeacon agency partner, the IMA Financial Group. Through their charitable foundation, IMA once again hosted its “Ping Pong on the Plaza” fundraiser. In its ninth year, this event raised over $100k for the IMA Foundation, which generously gives back to the local community. On September 14, OneBeacon’s “Team […]

  6. OneBeacon Puts AbilityFirst!

    It can be tricky to juggle both volunteering and participating at an event, but that’s just what OneBeacon Technology’s Elizabeth Marazzo did on a recent Saturday morning. The AbilityFirst Stroll & Roll is a fundraiser hosted on the Universal Studios Backlot where participants can run, walk or ride the course while enjoying visits with studio characters. […]

  7. Our Year of Giving: 2015 Annual Report

    We are pleased to share our 2015 Charitable Trust annual report featuring the nonprofits and educational institutions sponsored in support of our employees and producers. We are proud of our community’s efforts to support local causes and hope you enjoy reading about our year of giving!

  8. Slopes & Coats to Help Needy Kids

    Authored by: Melissa Belgrave, IMU On February 22, the OneBeacon Charitable Trust, along with IMU and broker partners Hull & Company and Rockhill, hosted the first annual Northern California Insurance Professionals Ski Day & Coat Drive, benefiting Lilliput Children’s Services.  It was a beautiful ‘bluebird’ day on the slopes with approximately 32 skiers, with a nice […]

  9. Californians for a Cause

    Earlier this month, our International Marine Underwriters (“IMU”) and OneBeacon Technology Insurance teams from southern California were out on the golf course in support of key agency Barney &Barney’s charitable efforts. The agency’s Orange, Cal. location initiated a golf tournament in 2012 to support the local children’s hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit. By partnering with their […]

  10. Autism Speaks and OneBeacon Surety Listened

    OneBeacon Surety Group recently showed its support for its partners at The Hyde Agency as a sponsor of the Autism Speaks Fall Classic. One of Hyde’s three partners co-chaired this annual fundraiser hosted at the Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, NJ, home of the 2016 PGA Championship. Today, one in 68 children is diagnosed with autism […]