SBLI believes that supporting our communities is fundamental to the families we promise to protect

Community

At SBLI, we have a long, proud history of community involvement. For news and updates regarding our community outreach – and to find out how you can get involved – follow SBLI on Facebook and Twitter.

The Rodman Ride for Kids

The Rodman Ride for Kids is a matching gift charity that raises funds for youth-focused social service agencies that support at-risk kids in Massachusetts. Their mission is to have every kid in our community live as we would want our own kids to live. Learn more about the Rodman Ride for Kids.

The New England Center for Children

For more than 30 years The New England Center for Children (NECC) has provided state-of-the-art education and individualized treatment, with care and respect, to children with autism and related disabilities. Located in Southborough, Massachusetts, NECC has maintained a steadfast dedication to helping individuals reach their potential and live productively; to minimizing dependence and maximizing independence; and to eliminating isolation and increasing social, educational and employment opportunities through integration into all aspects of community life. Learn more about The New England Center for Children.

The Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance (MAHA)

MAHA’s award-winning homeowner education programs have graduated thousands of people, and MAHA’s community action breaks down barriers facing first-time homebuyers. There are more than 13,000 SoftSecond homeowners, thanks in large part to MAHA. Learn more about the Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance.

The American Heart Association (AHA)

The mission of the American Heart Association is building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke – the number one and number three killers of Americans. Learn more about The American Heart Association.

Woburn Boys & Girls Club

SBLI proudly supports the Boys & Girls Club of Woburn, Massachusetts, which provides a safe, enjoyable environment and enrichment programs that help local youth realize their potential and develop into responsible young adults. Learn more about the Woburn Boys & Girls Club.

The New England Center for Homeless Veterans

The New England Center for Homeless Veterans (NECHV) is a valuable regional resource for veterans of every era who may be facing challenges and are at risk for homelessness. The mission of NECHV is to extend a helping hand to homeless men and women veterans to address the challenges of addiction, trauma, severe and persistent mental illness, and/or unemployment for those who will commit themselves to sobriety, nonviolence and working for personal change. NECHV is recognized as one of the most effective private veteran transition programs in the country. Learn more about The New England Center for Homeless Veterans.

Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program

The Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program serves New England by identifying, motivating, and clinically treating wounded service members and veterans with combat stress and traumatic brain injury (and their families). The Home Base Program serves as a national model for private-public collaborations providing education about the invisible wounds of war, which now affect an estimated 30 percent of those who served or are serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. The Home Base Program is also developing new treatments for post-traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Learn more about the Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program.