Archive for the ‘OneBeacon Donations’ category

  1. Soup’s On!

    …in our Salem office that is, along with peanut butter, crackers and more by the boxful. But before you wonder about the local menu, Salem was actually collecting donations for the community’s annual “Soup for Seniors” food drive.  And collect they did. Last year, they felt pretty good donating 428 food items but this year, they bested […]

  2. Year in Review: where we donated in 2012

    Last year, the Trust was pleased to support nearly 90 nonprofits and 40 schools and universities as a result of your requests. Whether you volunteer for a nonprofit or wanted to support an important producer relationship, the Trust  reinforced your community-giving spirit. Wondering where the donations went? Just take a look at the list below. Kudos for all you accomplished […]

  3. Holiday Gifts that Keep On Giving!

    We hope you enjoyed hearing about the community goodwill enabled by the Charitable Trust’s holiday donations around the country. We just received some photos from OBGR San Antonio shown delivering their donation to ThriveWell, a San Antonio-based cancer foundation whose mission is to help patients “survive and thrive.” Brian Latimer and Mary Herrera (right) are […]

  4. Remembering our Neighbors

    Each holiday season, the OneBeacon Charitable Trust has made funds available for many of our offices to make a donation to a local nonprofit. Whether a local food pantry or a children’s hospital, these are opportunities to support those entities doing some good in your local communities. This year, a number of you were able […]

  5. Holiday eCard Donations: Thanks for your votes!

    This holiday season our animated holiday e-card featured a very special charitable giving component. Those who received the card were able to cast their vote among three worthy nonprofit organizations selected to receive a share of $30,000 from the OneBeacon Charitable Trust. After nearly 1,000 votes from OneBeacon producers, vendors and partners, the tally for […]