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Our Involvement

United Way Workplace Campaign

At Liberty we proudly support the local United Way.  Liberty is as generous as its employees in doubling each donation received. In 2022, our employees and Liberty donated more than $ 68,000  to benefit local United Way agencies! Our Saint John office reached 100% employee participation for the 12th year in a row AND hit a $125,000 all-time giving milestone! We are so proud of our employees and their commitment to neighbouring communities.

Why does Liberty support the United Way?

  • One in four people use programs of United Way member agencies, such as the Boys and Girls Club, Ability New Brunswick, homeless shelters and your local food banks
  • The money raised stays in our communities

United Way's Areas of Focus:

  • Helping Kids Be All They Can Be
  • Building Strong Communities
  • Moving People from Poverty to Possibility

For more information, visit your local United Way website:

United Way Central NB
United Way Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick
United Way Serving Saint John, Kings and Charlotte

United Way Day of Caring


A team of Liberty NB employees in Moncton participated in the 2023 United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick’s Annual Day of Caring. Liberty, along with J.D. Irving, was paired with Lakeview Manor in Riverview, NB - a long-term care facility owned and operated by the Salvation Army.

Everybody put in a hard day's work cleaning out flower beds, weeding, trimming, planting, and mulching to make their courtyard look beautiful for the summer.

For more information on Lakeview Manor click here.


A team of Liberty employees in Fredericton participated in the 2023 United Way of Central New Brunswick’s Annual Day of Caring. The team was partnered with Para NB, a non-profit agency that offers a free equipment loan service that increases access to adaptive sports and recreation equipment and devices for people with physical disabilities. 

Liberty volunteers worked tirelessly all afternoon cleaning and tuning the equipment, putting new bar codes on bikes and sledges, and organizing their storage area.

For more info on Para NB click here.

Habitat for Humanity

A team of Liberty NB employees spent one rainy July day volunteering for Habitat for Humanity in Fredericton. They helped to frame basement walls at a new duplex home on the North side, to house two deserving families in the area.

A team of Liberty NB employees spent a Liberty Day laying ~800 sq. of flooring for Habitat for Humanity, helping make it possible for a family of eight to move in sooner! It is supports such as this that allows Habitat for Humanity to build homes for families who otherwise would not have a safe, affordable home of their own.

Habitat for Humanity Fredericton Area Inc is a non-profit charitable organization working towards a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. For more info on their important work, click here.

12 Neighbours Community Garden

A team of Liberty NB employees spent a Liberty Day in June building seven large garden beds for the 12 Neighbours community in Fredericton. 12 Neighbours is building a community of 96 micro-homes (built in blocks of 12) and a social enterprise centre. It not only aims to provide affordable housing but it will also act as a place where residents can develop skills, gain employment, and have access to many resources to help them keep moving forward. 

For more information visit www.12neighbours.com.

Crossroads for Women

A team of liberty employees spent the day battling the heat volunteering at Crossroads for Women, a non-profit organization that helps women and children transition from crisis to empowerment. The team overhauled the greenspace, repaired the decking, and rebuilt a railing allowing the women and children to have a safe space to enjoy the outdoors. They also provided a deck box with some toys for the kids!

To learn more about Crossroads for Women click here.

Harvest House

A team of Liberty employees from all over the province came together to give a helping hand to Harvest House, a non-profit organization that has supported those struggling with homelessness, addiction, and mental health issues for over 26 years. The team painted there training room and kitchen and built a new railing to provide a new outdoor working space for their staff.

To learn more about Harvest House click here.

Celebrating Earth Day at Rockwood Park

Liberty employees from all across the province came together to celebrate Earth Day in Saint John's beautiful Rockwood Park. It was a gorgeous day to do a spruce up on this amazing public space.

Liberty Day at First Step

Liberty NB employees spent the day at First Step Housing Project Inc., an organization that helps mothers and babies in need with housing, education, and ongoing support. The team installed shelving, organized donations, and provided storage solutions for two of their donation-receiving and sorting rooms.

To find out more about First Step Housing Project Inc. click here.