John Hancock is proud to have called Boston home for over 150 years. Through our investments and volunteer efforts, we hope to ensure that our hometown remains a vibrant community of innovation, strength, and resiliency for generations to come.
John Hancock is committed to strengthening the communities where we live and work, and our employees are our most valuable resource in doing so. Our Signature Corps volunteers give their time and talents to more than 100 projects annually, working together to make a lasting difference in the lives of others.
In addition to giving our time, we invest dollars in our communities to help make them strong today and achieve their greatest potential in the future. When selecting partners, John Hancock chooses to primarily support non-profit organizations that strengthen the Boston community, the home of our U.S. headquarters. We focus the majority of our community investments on connecting young people to opportunity, and promoting health and wellness.
You must meet the following criteria to be considered for support:
- Organization is a registered 501(c)(3)
- Donations do NOT benefit an individual or private entity
- Organization is NOT a religious or political organization, unless operating with a mission of social welfare under a separate 501(c)(3)
- Organization has policies in place that prohibits discrimination based on race, color, gender (including pregnancy), gender identity, genetic information, disability, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, veteran, or marital status.
- Mission is aligned with John Hancock’s mission and strategic focus areas: Youth/Education and Health/Wellness
- Programs benefit the Boston community
Before applying for financial support, we strongly encourage you to review our signature programs, MLK Summer Scholars and JH Boston Marathon Non-Profit Program to consider first if there is a potential fit.
**Unsolicited requests not submitted through an online application will not be reviewed.
In celebration of the UN designated International Day for Persons with Disabilities on December 3rd, we are reflecting on a year of successful working relationships with NTI.
United Way’s Family Nurturing Center provides access to early screening that can dictate the need for developmental resources from a young age, like Samilla’s son.
Margie was the first person in her family to go to college. The support she received from programs like United Way’s Chelsea Connect has inspired her to keep reaching for her goals.
By facilitating access to financial aid, United Way inspires teens, like Marlene to realize their full potential and pursue their passions.
From Gillette Stadium to the National Mall, meaningful gestures honoring our country’s veterans have headlined the news over the past week. A little closer to home, John Hancock is excited to announce the launch of the new Military Employee Community