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.
Everyone knows that healthy food is fundamental to good health. New England’s local produce is delicious and abundant, but too many families still can’t afford it.Learn about the fund
When families can't get to the Farmers' Market, we bring it to them via "mini marts" on wheels at an affordable price.See our mobile markets
Everywhere in New England, people of all ages are growing vegetables for food banks, building community gardens, freezing the harvest for pantries and even gleaning.See our growers, gleaners & distributors
We are supporting 24 organizations in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire that help older adults grow and enjoy local food.Learn about the program
All of us at Harvard Pilgrim contribute time, money—or both—to causes we care about in the places where we live and work.See what we're up to
The Health Equity Roundtable brings together health care providers, patients, community leaders and advocates to end inequalities in our health care system.Learn about the Roundtable
The Harvard Pilgrim Foundation supports Harvard Pilgrim Health Care's mission to improve the quality and value of health care for the people and communities we serve.Learn about us
Reports, tool kits, guides and more.Read our publications
Current news, press releases, newsletters and more.Read our news