The 2015 Boston Marathon theme, There’s Only One Boston, celebrates the unique spirit of the race and the city. Every year, thousands of journeys that began around the world come together on streets paved in history and tradition to create memories that last forever.
This #GivingTuesday John Hancock ran a social media campaign which generated 790k impressions, and helped raise more than $500,000 for the non-profits in the 2016 Boston Marathon program.read more
We had the chance to interview Michael Sloyer, 2003 contest winner, and see what he’s been up to since writing his winning essay twelve years ago.read more
In partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and John Hancock, Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston’s YouthConnect recently launched EPIC- a 12-month, intensive program which aims to increase self-awareness and confidence in youth 11-14 years old.read more
50 program participants joined 50 additional John Hancock employees in running the Boston Jolly Jaunt, a holiday themed race through Boston’s Back Bay with prizes for best costume and jingle bells for each runner.read more
The holiday season brings together the most important things in life, and allows us to appreciate the people that make our experiences. Throughout the month of November the John Hancock Global Women’s Alliance has been encouraging their colleagues to reflect on the year that has passed and give thanks for those moments, big and small, that make a difference with their #GiveThanks campaign.read more