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Good Corporate Citizenship is how businesses conduct their work responsibly, engage in community, contribute to society and protect the environment to make the world better and improve local communities.
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.
Learn more about Tufts Health Plan Foundation and their Corporate Citizenship work here.
September 2021 marked Point32Health’s inaugural Volunteer Week - a focused time for colleagues to give back to communities where we live and work.
More than 1,100 colleagues volunteered across 50+ in-person and remote service activities to support nearly 40 nonprofit organizations in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island.
Volunteer Week projects address the community factors that influence health, including food and housing security, education, neighborhood and environment, and more.
Each January, we gather with colleagues, friends and family to remember and rededicate ourselves to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s message of equality and justice. His life of service to our nation inspires our community activities throughout the year.
The Community Spirit Awards celebrate our colleagues who demonstrate extraordinary commitment to community through volunteer service and giving. We also take this opportunity to honor a local nonprofit organization that goes above and beyond to address community needs.
Each year, colleagues participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer's - the nation's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. The team — with colleague and family participation as well as matching gifts from the Tufts Health Plan Foundation — has contributed more than $1.2 million to the Alzheimer’s Association since 2012.
To honor the lives of the Harvard Pilgrim members that were lost in the attacks on 9/11 at the World Trade Center, the Foundation provides colleagues with the opportunity to give $500 to a nonprofit organization of their choice. These contributions go to schools, art centers, animal shelters, food banks and countless other organizations.
In 2020, 1,222 colleague mini-grants totaling $575,900 were distributed to nonprofits across more than 275 communities. $119,900 went towards healthy food focused initiatives.
Supporting the communities we serve in times of need is an important aspect of our Corporate Citizenship work. In partnership with the American Red Cross, our Disaster Volunteer Program provides support for Massachusetts communities impacted by storms and other disasters. Through the program, colleagues are trained to assist with a variety of tasks such as administration of first aid, CPR and setting up and staffing shelters.
Colleagues also have opportunities to support disaster relief efforts through Foundation-led match programs, providing aid to nonprofit organizations focused on direct relief efforts in times of crisis.
Throughout the year, colleagues participate in annual donation drives to help strengthen the communities where we live and work. The drives support initiatives aligned with our purpose of healthier lives for everyone by addressing the social determinants of health, including food and housing security, economic stability and education.
A toolkit for building an effective employee service and giving program that tracks our experiences and learnings from our own programs. Access it here.
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