Unum partnerships bring arts and education together

Unum partnerships bring arts and education together


Unum partnerships bring arts and education together

Being a good corporate citizen is more than just writing a check. It’s about investing and participating in initiatives that benefit society and make communities stronger. And when arts, culture and education converge, quality of life improves significantly and communities become attractive places to live and work for everyone.

That’s why at Unum we look for opportunities to support programs that bring arts and education together for everyone. With that in mind, we are committed to our long-standing support for arts programs and events that do just that.

Thanks to our decade-long partnership with Chattanooga, Tenn.’s Hunter Museum of American Art, we provide free admission for all K-12 students within a 50-mile radius of Chattanooga, along with studio tours and activities for more than 500 students in the area.

In Maine, we helped sponsor the Portland Museum of Art’s Treasures of British Art 1400-2000: The Berger Collection, an exhibit featuring 50 masterpieces from one of the most significant private collections of British art in the United States. An important reference for teaching British culture, history and art, the exhibit is used by hundreds of teachers and students in Portland.

And in keeping with our commitment to education, our support of a special partnership between the Worcester Art Museum and the Massachusetts city’s South High School gives students the opportunity to participate in art classes, show their work in exhibits, and serve as junior docents.

Learn more about how we’re helping out in the places we call home.