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LMF Accessibility & Inclusion Initiative Grant

Liberty Mutual Foundation


Grant amount: US $15,000 - US $40,000

Deadline: The deadline for this grant has passed

Applicant type: Nonprofit College / University

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Applied Project / Program

Location of project: Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Dallas County, Texas, King County, Washington

Location of residency: Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Dallas County, Texas, King County, Washington

Overview:

Foundation's Mission

To help our neighbors living with the greatest of needs—by providing security for men, women and children who are homeless; accessibility for people with disabilities, and educational opportunities for youth living in poverty—and to provide opportunities for our employees to give efficiently and effectively of themselves and their resources. 

For over a decade, Liberty Mutual Foundation has been addressing the needs of low-income individuals through its investments in Accessibility, Security and Opportunity.

Focus Areas

We make grants in the following areas: 

Accessibility (Accessibility & Inclusion): To support people of all abilities -- without restrictions or limitations -- as they pursue their goals in education, health, employment and all other activities of daily life; 

Security (Basic Services): To deliver life-saving immediate needs and basic services to men, women and children;

Opportunity (Education): To empower low-income, young people to follow a successful educational path by supporting learning opportunities that will allow them to reach their full potential. 

LMF Accessibility & Inclusion Initiative

Liberty Mutual Foundation seeks to promote and support the inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of life. This is reflected in our support for universal design and educational adaptations, accessible cultural and sports programs, and employment training and placement. The reduction of poverty for all, but particularly for those young adults with a disability is a primary goal of the Accessibility & Inclusion Initiative. 

To that end the Foundation invites proposals from current grantees who are committed to expanding opportunities for people of all abilities to participate in their programs, and to learn, live, work and play together. 

Our hope is to allow those organizations, in which we already have confidence, to expand their programs and services to better meet the needs of people with disabilities. While this funding opportunity seeks to support the efforts of current partners, we also support organizations that primarily serve the disability community through our regular grant making. 

The Foundation’s Accessibility and Inclusion Initiative is open to current Liberty Mutual grantees only. Our hope is to allow those organizations, in which we already have confidence, to expand their programs and services to better meet the needs of people with disabilities. While this funding opportunity seeks to support the efforts of current partners, we also support organizations that primarily serve the disability community through our regular grant making

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.

Eligibility:

  • The Foundation’s Accessibility and Inclusion Initiative is open to current Liberty Mutual grantees only.
  • Our grant-making priorities focus on organizations and programs in Boston, Seattle/King County and Dallas that provide accessibility for individuals of all abilities; security for men, women and children who are homeless; and educational opportunities for children and youth who are living in poverty.

Ineligibility:

  • Multi-year grants will not be awarded through this initiative. 


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