Our people are the reason our communities are better places.

Together, we can make a difference.

Making a difference outside of CMB is an important part of our culture. Just as we’re committed to helping our clients strengthen and grow their businesses, we are actively involved in the communities where we live and work, lending our expertise to boards, participating in community events, and volunteering.

Our key areas of focus:
  • Arts, Culture & Community Engagement: Organizations that enhance a community’s quality of life, diversity, and environment through programs and projects that promote conservation, community beautification, artistic opportunities, and venues that reflect and support the community’s diversity.
  • Health & Wellness: Organizations that are committed to improving health equity, outcomes, and in supporting healthier communities through research, support, and educational services for specific health issues, physical and emotional well-being initiatives, as well as community-based health services.
  • Human Services: Social and human services organizations whose work benefits at-risk populations and addresses their critical needs (such as homelessness, food insecurity, and safety), and education and supporting services.
  • Racial Equity: We support the fair and just treatment of all people, and are committed to organizations whose work is explicitly directed to the unique needs of Black Americans by addressing the aforementioned focus areas (e.g., education, health, arts, community, as well as human rights civic, legal, voting), social systems (housing, substance use, mental health crisis teams, prison re-entry programs), and financial wellness and wage equity.

Wondering who we support?

See what our people have to say.

I feel very strongly about helping vulnerable populations. Even without a global pandemic, the hunger crisis in America is staggering. The Greater Boston Food Bank needs our support to keep up with this demand and succeed in their mission to end hunger and provide our neighbors the healthy food and resources they need to thrive.

Caitlin Dailey

AVP, Account Management

Learn More About The Greater Boston Food Bank

No one should fear for their or their baby’s life because their voice is not being heard, or because they aren't given access to the resources they need. The National Birth Equity Collaborative (NBEC) is helping to advance maternal health from all angles: training, research, technical assistance, policy, advocacy, and community-centered collaboration.

Colleen Ryan

Sr. Marketing Manager

Learn More About the National Birth Equity Collaborative

Tech Goes Homes has a local, impactful, and targeted mission to narrow the digital and equity gap by empowering low-income and underserved communities to access and use digital tools to overcome barriers and advance lives.

Jim Garrity


Learn More About Tech Goes Home

I’m proud to support The Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), and happy that CMB is joining me in that support again. Equal Justice Initiative is working to reform the criminal justice system—a system which right now negatively affects Black and marginalized communities far more than it does white and wealthy communities.

Erin Rea

Sr. Insights Consultant

Learn More About The Equal Justice Initiative

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ITA Group Foundation

When it comes to giving back, we're #IgnitedAsOne.

In partnership with our parent company, ITA Group, CMB contributes one percent of our fiscal year operating income to the ITA Group Foundation.

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