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Importance of Giving Back

At Sentinel, corporate citizenship is not only a privilege – it’s the right thing to do. We are committed to producing positive changes for our people, our clients and our communities every day.

Conscious Capitalism Boston Chapter logoThrough SentinelCares and our strategic partnerships, sponsorships, programs and volunteerism, we leverage our resources to help reduce disparities, provide equitable and inclusive opportunities, and strengthen the diverse needs of the communities we serve. 


We introduce our employees to local organizations and encourage them to share ideas, skills and resources to create a positive change.


We support programs and organizations who do good work, strengthen our communities and provide opportunities in line with our core values.


Our associates support causes important to them through workplace giving, and Sentinel doubles their impact with direct grants and matching contributions.


Everyone at Sentinel is invited to take two paid days of service each year, allowing our employees to give back in the way we believe matters most: time.

A Growing List of Causes

Each year, we contribute time and money to non-profit organizations whose missions include:

  • Boston Ballet
  • The Children's Center for Communication
  • Junior Achievement of Northern New England
  • Marymount Manhattan College
  • NEEBC Swinging for Scholarships
  • Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School
  • St. Joseph's School
  • St. John's Prep
  • The Viscardi Center
  • Variety the Children's Charity
  • Wakefield Memorial High School
  • Youth Villages
  • American Red Cross
  • Animal Rescue League of Boston
  • Beyond Soccer, Inc.
  • The Bowery Mission
  • Catholic Charities Diocese of Rockville Centre
  • Community Giving Tree
  • HAWC
  • Housing Assistance Corporation
  • Long Island Cares
  • Mattapoisett Lions Club
  • Nassau County Police Department
  • North Shore Skating Club
  • Old Greenwich - Riverside Community Center
  • One World Strong Foundation
  • Pete's Park
  • Rosie's Place
  • Soldier On
  • Sunrise Day Camp
  • Team IMPACT
  • The Food Project
  • Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry
  • Village Care
  • Wakefield Police Department
  • Wenham Museum
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Heart Association
  • Avon Foundation for Women
  • BC/BS Community Classic
  • CHI
  • Boston Children's Hospital Corporate Cup
  • Dana-Farber President's Circle
  • DotHouse Health
  • EAC
  • Enterprise Bank
  • EPIC
  • Greater Waltham ARC
  • Health Care For All
  • Hope for Youth
  • Association for Services for the Aged
  • The Jimmy Fund
  • Latham Centers
  • MelroseWakefield Healthcare
  • National Brain Tumor Society
  • Northeast Arc
  • The Pete Frates #3 Fund
  • Pyle Foundation
  • QSAC
  • Red Sox Foundation
  • Rhode Island Hospital
  • Shriners Hospital for Children
  • Spectrum for Hope
  • The Charles River Center

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A Cause Close to Our Hearts

The John A. Carnevale ’81 Scholarship, established at St. John’s Preparatory School in Danvers, MA, is close to Sentinel's heart. This scholarship honors Sentinel’s founding CEO and is presented annually to a rising freshman who attends eighth grade at St. John’s.

The recipient will be a student who models leadership, demonstrates care and concern for his classmates, and feels a genuine passion for all that St. John’s Prep has to offer.

Get Involved

Michael Newhall, VP of Business & Community Development, and the SentinelCares team are always introducing new organizations and opportunities that meet our mission. Contact Mike to get involved!
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