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Communities are more

Communities are more than new buildings

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The Fallon Company proudly supports many nonprofit organizations and important causes that directly impact the neighborhoods and cities we serve. The Fallon Company understands that creating exceptional communities goes far beyond erecting new buildings. Extraordinary developments require a significant investment in the surrounding neighborhood and culture. It’s why we proudly support nonprofit organizations and important causes that impact the neighborhoods and cities we serve, and why we optimize the spaces we create by offering compelling events and exciting opportunities that engage and inspire the community.

We captivate and inspire our communities, residents and tenants

The Fallon Company pioneered a unique summer program aimed at bolstering the pipeline of diverse real estate professionals by exposing Boston-area students to the fundamentals of real estate investing.

Real Estate Entrepreneurship Youth Program

Since 2021, The Fallon Company has sponsored the Navy SEAL Foundation (NSF) New England Benefit Dinner, with chairman Joe Fallon serving as co-chair of the event. The NSF exists to provide critical support and resources to our nation’s elite warriors, such as the U.S. Navy SEALs and Naval Special Warfare (NSW) forces.

Navy SEAL Foundation New England Benefit Dinner

2013 & 2022
The Fallon Company proudly sponsored Red Bull’s international cliff diving tour from 2011 to 2013 and 2022. This international event took place at Fan Pier's Institute of Contemporary Art — the event’s only venue in North America — where divers catapulted from the museum’s enormous concrete structure into a brisk Boston Harbor 80 feet below. Spectators were awed by the death-defying feats seen at this spectacular show.

Red Bull Cliff Diving

2012 & 2017
The Fallon Company hosted majestic sailing vessels from around the world as part of the five-day Sail Boston festival in June 2017. Fan Pier Marina served as a key docking hub for 17 tall ships, with entertainment provided daily, including a performance by the Rockettes. This festival marked the largest tall ship display in 17 years for the City of Boston, drawing an estimated two million visitors to the Seaport District and surrounding neighborhoods.

Tall Ships

July 2014
The Fallon Company proudly supports Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, which is the region’s largest provider of youth environmental education programs. As part of its support, The Fallon Company hosts an annual Fishing Tournament at Fan Pier Marina, where Boston teens participate in a day of fishing while also learning how to help preserve our unique water resources.

Annual Fan Pier Fishing Tournament

In 2012, coinciding with Boston’s Independence Day weekend celebration, the nation’s top military officials joined New England’s civic and business leaders for the New England Warrior Benefit at the Seaport World Trade Center on July 3, 2012. The Fallon Company-sponsored event honored wounded and fallen U.S. Special Operations Forces members and their families, with the proceeds supporting five charitable organizations.

New England Warrior Benefit

July 2009
The Fallon Company sponsored a pancake breakfast for more than 300 international scouts and His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, who visited Boston to honor Sweden’s status as a competitor in the Volvo Ocean Race. King Gustaf, who serves as the honorary chairman of the World Scouting Foundation, was joined by Prince Faisal bin Abdullah bin Mohammed, the president of World Scouting in Saudi Arabia.

World Scouting

June - July 2011
The Extreme Sailing Series made an unprecedented stop in North America during its fifth season in 2011. The Fallon Company sponsored this five-day event held at Fan Pier, where thousands of sailing fans enjoyed the exhilarating races and the pier's unrivaled amenities.

Extreme Sailing Series

October 2010
Boston’s waterfront is home to hundreds of up-and-coming businesses that have recently moved to the area. The nonprofit organization MassChallenge connects these early-stage entrepreneurs with the resources they need to deliver high-impact results. From 2010 to 2014, The Fallon Company offered 30,000 square feet of office space to MassChallenge participants, providing them with a state-of-the-art facility at no cost.


July 2010
Cirque du Soleil is considered one of the greatest attractions in the world. After a 15-year absence from the City of Boston, it made its triumphant return in the spring of 2010, when The Fallon Company proudly hosted and sponsored the thrilling show at Fan Pier. Residents of Boston's inner-city neighborhoods were Fallon guests during the multi-week run.

Cirque du Soleil

April - May 2009
The Volvo Ocean Race is one of the world’s most extreme nautical marathons. In 2009, the competition made its only North American stopover at Boston’s Fan Pier — the site of a three-week race village. Thousands of Boston residents and visitors enjoyed this free international sporting event, which was sponsored by the Fallon Company.

Volvo Ocean Race

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The Fallon Company supports nonprofit organizations and philanthropic causes that make a difference in the communities we serve.

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