About Our Foundation

Mission

The Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation supports Harvard Pilgrim Health Care’s mission to improve the quality and value of health care for the people and communities we serve by providing the tools, training and leadership to build healthy communities throughout Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.

Focus

The Foundation works to increase access to fresh, affordable food to communities and families in the region and supports healthy, strong and diverse communities via grant contributions, and donations of goods and services.

Programs

Harvard Pilgrim Healthy Food Fund is a grant and leadership initiative to make fresh, and as often as possible, local food easily accessible and affordable for more low- and middle-income families in our region.

Service & Giving supports Harvard Pilgrim employees to improve the communities in which they live and work through service and giving.

Healthy Equity focuses on ensuring that all individuals have access to quality care, enabling them to lead healthy, productive lives.

Two Foundations Working Together for Community

In 2021 Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan combined to form one organization, now known as Point32Health. While remaining separate entities, our Foundations are operating as one, building on the strong community relationships we have formed over the years. We will continue to support healthy food and healthy aging efforts.

Learn more about the Tufts Health Plan Foundation.

Henocson (Henny) Mulatre

Manager, Service and Giving

As the Foundation’s Manager of Giving and Service, Henny manages Harvard Pilgrim's employee service and giving initiatives. In this role Henny creates, promotes and implements employee volunteer opportunities and fund-raising for charitable causes, helping Harvard Pilgrim to build healthier communities and achieve its goal of becoming a good corporate citizen. Henny previously spent nearly two years managing the grant portfolio for the Foundation’s Healthy Food Fund. Prior to joining the Foundation, Henny was Program Manager for City Year New Hampshire and was a Corps Member from August 2011 to June 2012. He earned a bachelor's degree in Public Health from the University of South Florida.

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Henocson (Henny) Mulatre

Manager, Service and Giving

As the Foundation’s Manager of Giving and Service, Henny manages Harvard Pilgrim's employee service and giving initiatives. In this role Henny creates, promotes and implements employee volunteer opportunities and fund-raising for charitable causes, helping Harvard Pilgrim to build healthier communities and achieve its goal of becoming a good corporate citizen. Henny previously spent nearly two years managing the grant portfolio for the Foundation’s Healthy Food Fund. Prior to joining the Foundation, Henny was Program Manager for City Year New Hampshire and was a Corps Member from August 2011 to June 2012. He earned a bachelor's degree in Public Health from the University of South Florida.

Caitlin Sullivan

Senior Program Officer

As the Senior Program Officer, Caitlin helps manage the grant portfolio for the Foundation’s Healthy Food Fund across New England. She provides communication, research and technical support to grantees and other key Foundation initiatives and is passionate about bridging community needs with corporate resources. Before her current role, Caitlin worked on the Foundation’s Service and Giving team, leading and developing innovative volunteer programs that inspired and mobilized employees to give back to the community in meaningful ways. Prior to her time at Harvard Pilgrim, Caitlin coordinated service and educational opportunities for students in Baltimore through Loyola University Maryland’s Center for Community Service and Justice. She earned a bachelor's degree in Communications from Loyola University Maryland in 2017.

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Caitlin Sullivan

Senior Program Officer

As the Senior Program Officer, Caitlin helps manage the grant portfolio for the Foundation’s Healthy Food Fund across New England. She provides communication, research and technical support to grantees and other key Foundation initiatives and is passionate about bridging community needs with corporate resources. Before her current role, Caitlin worked on the Foundation’s Service and Giving team, leading and developing innovative volunteer programs that inspired and mobilized employees to give back to the community in meaningful ways. Prior to her time at Harvard Pilgrim, Caitlin coordinated service and educational opportunities for students in Baltimore through Loyola University Maryland’s Center for Community Service and Justice. She earned a bachelor's degree in Communications from Loyola University Maryland in 2017.

Aaron Johnson

Associate Program Specialist

Aaron facilitates employee engagement and volunteerism across the organization through Service and Giving programs, event management and communications. Aaron oversees the Foundation’s 9/11 Community Spirit Mini-Grant Program and supports internal and external communication for the Foundation. Aaron also serves as part of the leadership team of Harvard Pilgrim’s Young Professionals Network Employee Resource Group. Previously, Aaron worked for national nonprofit Good Sports where he managed corporate partnerships and donation events across the United States. In his free time, Aaron works as a professional voice actor out of his Boston recording studio. He earned his Master’s of Science in Communication from Clark University in 2016.

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Aaron Johnson

Associate Program Specialist

Aaron facilitates employee engagement and volunteerism across the organization through Service and Giving programs, event management and communications. Aaron oversees the Foundation’s 9/11 Community Spirit Mini-Grant Program and supports internal and external communication for the Foundation. Aaron also serves as part of the leadership team of Harvard Pilgrim’s Young Professionals Network Employee Resource Group. Previously, Aaron worked for national nonprofit Good Sports where he managed corporate partnerships and donation events across the United States. In his free time, Aaron works as a professional voice actor out of his Boston recording studio. He earned his Master’s of Science in Communication from Clark University in 2016.

Clarisse Beauvais

Associate Program Specialist

Clarisse manages the Disaster Relief program and helps to plan and support all major Service Day events. She also promotes Employee Service and Giving across the organization. Prior to Harvard Pilgrim, Clarisse worked for Microsoft where she helped bring technology into schools and non-profits, while leading the Employee Giving and Volunteering program in the Northeast area.  Outside of Clarisse’s work with the foundation, she is a dance instructor. She teaches Tap, Jazz, and Ballet to youth aged students as well as adults!

Meet our Tufts Health Plan Foundation colleagues

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Clarisse Beauvais

Associate Program Specialist

Clarisse manages the Disaster Relief program and helps to plan and support all major Service Day events. She also promotes Employee Service and Giving across the organization. Prior to Harvard Pilgrim, Clarisse worked for Microsoft where she helped bring technology into schools and non-profits, while leading the Employee Giving and Volunteering program in the Northeast area.  Outside of Clarisse’s work with the foundation, she is a dance instructor. She teaches Tap, Jazz, and Ballet to youth aged students as well as adults!

Meet our Tufts Health Plan Foundation colleagues

Board of Directors

Bertram Scott (Co-Chair)

Former Vice President of Population Health
Novant Health Inc.

 

Greg Shell (Co-Chair)

Managing Director
Bain Capital Double Impact

 

Heidi M. Brooks

Chief Operating Officer
NICHQ (National Institute for Children’s Health Quality)

 

Martin D. Cohen

President and CEO
MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation

 

Len Fishman

Director
Gerontology Institute, John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies
University of Massachusetts Boston

 

Nancy L. Garrabrants

Former Director
UMass Cooperative Extension

 

Charlotte Golar Richie

Former Commissioner
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

 

Cain Hayes

Chief Executive Officer
Point32Health

 

Kristin Lewis

Senior Vice President and Chief Public Affairs Officer
Point32Health

 

Robert Lewis, Jr.

Founder and President
The BASE

 

Nora Moreno Cargie

President, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation and Tufts Health Plan Foundation
Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, Point32Health

 

Benjamin Perkins

Chief Executive Officer
Wholesome Wave

 

Jo Ann Simons

Chief Executive Officer
Northeast Arc

 

Mary Skelton Roberts

Senior Vice President of Programs
Energy Foundation

 

As a local not-for-profit, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care’s heart and soul are exemplified by the passion and actions of the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation.  


Last year, the Foundation contributed more than $4 million in grants and services to local nonprofit service organizations across the region. This commitment to help build healthy communities also extends to the extraordinary spirit of our employees, who participate in service days and other community volunteer opportunities, as well as our health equity initiatives. Let us be your guide to sharing good health.