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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 2023, our employees and Liberty donated more than $72,000 to benefit local United Way agencies! Our Saint John office reached 100% employee participation for the 13th year in a row! We are so proud of our employees and their commitment to our NB 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

Moncton

Liberty NB Helps Revitalize Greater Shediac Community Garden!

A hard-working group of Liberty NB employees volunteered their day and battled the heat and the wind to assist with the cleaning and upgrading of the Greater Shediac Community Garden for the United Way of Greater Moncton’s Annual Day of Caring.

The community garden is a centralized garden within Shediac for members of the community to come together and grow their own food.

Along with over 200 other volunteers, the Liberty team helped clear out weeds, spread woodchips, and assist with other small projects.

For more information on the Greater Shediac Community Garden click here

Fredericton

Liberty NB Employees Lend a Hand at Greener Village 

A team of Liberty NB employees spent the morning volunteering at Greener Village in Fredericton as part of the United Way’s Annual Day of Caring

Greener Village is a community-driven organization dedicated to addressing hunger and promoting food security in the greater Fredericton area. They provide essential groceries to families in need, empower people to grow their own food, teach culinary skills, and sell clothing that helps get food to those who need it.

After a tailgate meeting, a team stretch, and an introduction to the Greener Village team and project, the team went to work. They relocated items to their storage unit, organized it for better accessibility, built storage for their gardening tools, and revitalized old wood for new projects.

For more information on Greener Village click here.


First Steps Housing Project Inc.

Liberty NB Steps Up for First Steps

A team of Liberty NB employees had the privilege of hosting a truly meaningful Liberty Day event at First Steps in Saint John. First Steps is a remarkable nonprofit housing unit providing a safe and nonjudgmental space for young pregnant and parenting women. Their dedication to offering access to community programs and services, private bedrooms, nutritious meals, life skills education, and round-the-clock support from experienced staff is invaluable.

Spanning two days to accommodate the extensive tasks at hand, Liberty volunteers wholeheartedly engaged in giving back to their local community by:

  • Enhancing safety through the replacement of numerous rotten deck boards
  • Constructing a raised planter and adorning it with vibrant flowers
  • Crafting a sand table for the children's enjoyment
  • Installing a chalkboard for creative expression
  • Transforming the entire expansive deck with a fresh coat of paint
  • Adding aesthetic touches to the area with decorative accessories

Painted a customized wall mural

For more information on First Steps click here


12 Neighbours 

Helping 12 Neighbours One Box at a Time

Having safe, affordable, and permanent housing is one of the most basic human needs. 12 Neighbours helps provide that need, in addition to personal development supports, and employment to community members in Fredericton, NB.

But they can’t do it alone! Which is why a team of Liberty NB employees pitched in to help move printing supplies, equipment, and shelving from their former offsite print shop to their brand-new onsite center.

The team also got a tour of the new center, viewed one of the 96 tiny homes, and were the first "customers" to taste-test their delicious specialty coffee brewed at their café. 

For more information on the Coldest Night of the Year click here.


Coldest Night of the Year

The John Howard Society’s Coldest Night of the Year

Organized by The John Howard Society, the Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly walk to raise money for local charities servicing people who are experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness.

As the lead sponsor, Liberty NB showed up in full force, cheering on participants and spreading warmth by giving away a fantastic gift basket. This year the event raised $112,083 to make a real difference in our community!

For more information on the Coldest Night of the Year click here.


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.