Posts Tagged With ‘OneBeacon Charitable Trust’

  1. 2014 Community Giving Tally

    We’re excited to let you know about the 2014 donations we provided to nonprofits you are directly involved with or that we sponsored in support of our producer partners. In total, the Trust made 172 donations – 127 to nonprofits, 3 to support risk management education and 42 matching gifts to schools. The numbers noted in parantheses indicate that multiple donations […]

  2. Help Us Spread Joy This Holiday Season!

    OneBeacon is once again helping spread joy to those in need during the holidays. Our $30,000 gift funded by the OneBeacon Charitable Trust will be allocated to the following worthy nonprofits: Feeding America St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Wreaths Across America Please help determine how to allocate this gift by selecting one of these organizations. Click here to view our […]

  3. 3,000 Families for Thanksgiving

    No, our headline’s not about a recent Guinness World Record. It’s the number of less-fortunate Massachusetts families who will enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner thanks to the efforts organized by Personal Best Charity, a nonprofit that IT’s Joe Topale knows well. For the past eight years, Joe and his family have been deeply involved with the annual […]

  4. IMU Attends “Nine & W.I.N.E.” Charity Event

    International Marine Underwriters (IMU) recently participated in the sixth annual Nine & W.I.N.E., a charity golf event hosted by Women in Insurance—New England (W.I.N.E.). IMU New England Regional Manager Meredith Atwood paired up with fellow supporters from Arch Reinsurance and Chartis for the event. The fundraiser’s beneficiary is the Women’s Lunch Place (WLP), which provides […]

  5. Pink Ribbon Softball

    Last weekend as many kids were adjusting the reality of a new school year, several New Jersey softball teams were up early to play in the Pink Ribbon Softball tournament. The Under-8 division included the West Windsor Ninjas, with OneBeacon Accident’s Tina Angelone’s daughter on the roster. The tournament was facilitated by Pink Ribbon Softball, […]

  6. Will’s Walkers: 12 Years and Counting

    Another year, another fundraising walk! That’s also Legal’s Ginny McCarthy’s commitment to supporting Boston Children’s Hospital annual walk around Boston’s Charles River. The event features both 2- and 7-mile courses and has already raised $1.4 million during 2014. Team McCarthy, known as “Will’s Walkers,” has raised $4,400 so far, including OneBeacon Charitable Trust support, and fully expects to […]

  7. 2013 Trust Annual Report Live!

    Recently, we published the Trust’s 2013 annual report outlining the good work accomplished by many of you, as well as some of OneBeacon’s producer partners. The Charitable Trust Annual Report is posted on the Intranet’s community giving page (under Our Community), as well as on our community giving page on onebeacon.com. If you haven’t visited this […]

  8. Yes: Your Average Joes!

    Every parent eventually takes on the role of supporting their child’s passion – be it the arts, sports or in OBTI’s Tushar Nandwana’s case – building robots! His high-school aged daughter is a member of “Average Joes,” a high school robotics team from Fullerton, Cal. that participates in the U.S. FIRST robotics competitions. Said Tushar, “What started […]

  9. Team Boomer MVP

    Volunteering is a selfless act, and when it involves a life-threatening medical condition affecting kids, it’s a particularly inspirational commitment. This describes OneBeacon Accident’s (OBA) Steve Mueller, who’s volunteered with the Boomer Esiason Foundation (BEF) for years. BEF is a dynamic partnership of leaders in the medical and business communities who volunteer to heighten awareness, […]

  10. Running for Research

    Without a doubt, Boston and its historic Marathon are viewing the 2014 race as symbol of hope and resiliency. This year’s event will include at least two OneBeacon participants – Admin Services’ Paul Newman and Operations’ Chris Marini. Both are experienced marathoners, with Paul finding himself less than a mile from the finish line last […]