Archive for the ‘OneBeacon Donations’ category

  1. 2015 Holiday Donation Poll: Results Revealed!

    We are pleased to share the results of our 2015 holiday donation poll! Based on your votes, the OneBeacon Charitable Trust is allocating $30,000 among three national nonprofits as follows: This holiday season, the OneBeacon Charitable Trust also contributed donations totaling $50,000 to nonprofits across the country, specifically in local communities where OneBeacon has a […]

  2. OneBeacon Community Spreads Holiday Cheer

    In the spirit of the holiday season, the OneBeacon community teamed up to give back to those in need. From Minnesota to Connecticut, our employees displayed support for those nonprofits that matter most to our communities. Here’s a look at some of the meaningful causes we supported during this special time of year. Toys for […]

  3. 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 […]

  4. Networking for a Cause

    Most of us are familiar with the importance of professional networking. But back in 2009, a group of New England insurance women felt they could use their industry connections to support those in need. They decided to host a golf outing to support a local charity, an event that laid the foundation for Women in […]

  5. #WhyOneBeacon Video: Our Culture of Giving

    At OneBeacon, our employees often give back to the communities where they live and work. Whether it’s through their dedicated volunteer efforts or generous financial contributions, members of OneBeacon support a broad range of charities across the country. Recently, our Boston team volunteered at the Pine Street Inn, a homeless shelter, and participated in a […]

  6. Always an All-Star

    Three years ago, the unthinkable happened to Healthcare Group’s Susan Angelo, when her brother Rich passed away while competing in the U.S. Triathlon Nationals. The family was determined never to forget his passion for athletic competition, and ultimately decided to honor his memory by establishing an athletic college scholarship for students graduating from his alma […]

  7. Teaming Up for IICF’s Ping-Pong Tournament

    Recently a team from our Boston office joined industry colleagues at a charity ping-pong tournament held in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. Hosted by the Northeast chapter of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF), the event raised funds for charities in the Boston community. Sponsored by the OneBeacon Charitable Trust, our team supported the IICF through both […]

  8. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

    Julie Larson, a member of our Finance team, recently participated in her sixth consecutive Susan G. Komen (SGK) Twin Cities 3-day event. Benefiting the world’s largest breast cancer organization, the event entails a 60-mile, three-day walk in which each participant raises at least $2,300. All proceeds support SGK’s research/training grants and public health outreach programs […]

  9. Canton Fundraising Event Benefits Industry Charity

    Recently, members of our Canton group hosted a fundraiser raffle event at their office. In addition to enjoying popcorn and Italian ice, participants entered for a chance to win a variety of creatively themed gift baskets (pictured below). Thanks to various OneBeacon teams who donated a total of 12 prizes, the event raised over $1,400 […]

  10. Piles of Peanut Butter for Salem-Area Charity

    Recently, our Salem, Virginia-based office held a donation drive to benefit Feeding America Southwest Virginia (FASWVA) food bank. While the Salem team hosts donation drives for FASWVA various times throughout the year, this summer’s event focused on supporting the “Peanut Butter from Heaven” initiative. In total, our Salem team piled up 217 jars – or […]