The portfolio of Liberty businesses is privileged to operate in many communities, and we take seriously our role as a leader and partner within, and contributor to, these communities.
Through the products and services we provide, our charitable giving and volunteerism, and our broader community relations, the Liberty portfolio of businesses strive to connect with and serve our local communities, for the benefit of our employees, businesses, customers, and neighbors.
The LibertyGives Foundation is a Colorado non-profit organization formed by Liberty Media in 2007 to encourage and promote charitable giving. In 2010, the LibertyGives Foundation established a permanent theme for corporate giving: to support charities that address the needs of underprivileged youth in Colorado, with a focus on proactive and preventative services.Learn More
Media for Liberty Award
Liberty Media Corporation has sponsored the Media for Liberty Award since 2010. The award seeks to honor journalism that cuts against the grain, forging a new narrative on the intersection of liberty, freedom, capitalism, and business. In the past, the Media for Liberty Award has been presented to several individuals and organizations who have used journalism to shine a light on untold or misunderstood stories. Sometimes controversial, but always impactful, the works represented are at the pinnacle of innovation and courageousness in journalism.Learn More
Community Commitment in Action
Through its Braves Care program, the Atlanta Braves Baseball Club serves its community across four key areas, addressing important social issues and causes including promoting health and wellness, investing in education, supporting the growth and development of youth baseball and softball, and honoring and encouraging community service.
As a truly global sport, F1 is committed to connecting and contributing to the communities it visits, providing opportunities for local people and causes to get in on the action, as it aims to leave a positive lasting impact wherever Formula 1 races.
Inspire local children with STEM education
Leave a positive lasting impact
Improve circuit access for local communities
Zero waste on and off-track
Encourage greener travel
Liberty supports Live Nation in its commitments to take steps to ensure that everyone in its communities – employees, artists, and fans – is valued, respected, and treated equitably. These commitments include putting diversity center stage at its events around the world, increasing spend with Black and minority-owned vendors, amplifying social justice causes, and committing to hold itself accountable.Learn More Here
Liberty Family of Companies
Liberty Media has overlapping management with Qurate Retail, Inc., Liberty Broadband Corporation, and Liberty TripAdvisor Holdings, Inc. Through these relationships, sharing best practices and learnings, and leveraging our collective scale, we – and they – can further advance our respective sustainability and stewardship missions.
GCI is committed to leading philanthropy efforts across Alaska. Through its GCI Gives program, GCI contributes over $2 million each year to more than 150 Alaska nonprofit organizations. GCI awards 50 scholarships to Alaska graduating seniors who are pursing STEM education and launched the GCI Suicide Prevention Grant program to support local efforts to reduce suicide rates in Alaska. Each year, GCI provides every employee with 16 hours of paid leave to volunteer with local organizations and give back to their communities.
GCI Suicide Prevention Fund
Qurate Retail is committed to giving back to the communities it serves, through corporate philanthropy, product donations, team member giving, and volunteerism. Over the years, Qurate Retail has generated hundreds of millions of dollars for thousands of charities worldwide through direct grants, in-kind donations, fundraising, volunteering, and cause marketing initiatives such as HSN’s St. Jude’s Thanks and Giving campaign, Beauty with Benefits at QVC and HSN, and Shopping4Good at QVC Italy.
Qurate Retail Group also launched its Small Business Spotlight program in May 2020 to help small businesses challenged by the pandemic, and conducted a second phase later that year with 40 Black-owned businesses. Since then, the program has continued to offer diverse small businesses on-air and digital exposure through QVC’s, HSN’s and Zulily’s platforms, along with various other pro-brono in-kind services. As of June 2022, Small Business Spotlight has provided over $7 million in donated airtime, digital support and other pro-bono, in-kind services to more than 200 featured entrepreneurs, with many on-air participants having reported increased sales and customer engagement.Learn More about Community Involvement Learn More about Small Business Spotlight