Boston Business Journal Names Boston Private A Top Charitable Contributor
The Boston Business Journal has named Boston Private an honoree in its 2020 Corporate Citizenship Awards. The Business Journal publishes this list annually to showcase the region's top corporate charitable contributors that prioritize giving back to their communities.
"During a year filled with unprecedented events and change, it’s incredible to think that the Boston Business Journal’s Corporate Charitable Contributors list is the largest we have ever compiled. These companies give back at least $100,000 to the local community, and now we are in a time when giving back and helping one another is more important than ever," said Boston Business Journal Market President and Publisher Carolyn Jones. "These philanthropic companies prioritize the welfare of our communities, and we are excited to be able to honor them.”
This year, a record 107 companies qualified for this distinction by reporting at least $100,000 in cash contributions to Massachusetts-based charities and social-service nonprofits in 2019. The honorees this year include companies from health care, technology, financial and professional services, retail, professional sports and more.
Boston Private and the other top contributors will be honored at the BBJ's 15th Annual Corporate Citizenship Awards on Sept. 10, a celebration of honorees that will be virtual to ensure everyone’s health and safety. For more information on the event, click here.
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