Corporate citizenship—it’s central to our values and includes philanthropic grants, community engagement, volunteering, supporting colleagues in their giving, and taking the lead on issues that matter to our members and colleagues.
Building on the rich tradition of service and giving established by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan, Point32Health integrates good corporate citizenship in everything we do. For the third year, Point32Health was named to The Civic 50 list of socially responsible companies by Points of Light. The Civic 50 sets a national standard for corporate citizenship and showcases how leading companies are integrating social impact, civic engagement and community into their practices, values and core business.
Learn more about our commitment to communities in our annual Point32Health Corporate Citizenship Report. The report highlights products and services that are accessible, affordable and meet people where they are; business practices that promote environmental sustainability and prioritize people and their wellbeing; and community engagement that is relevant and responsive to community needs and centered in what matters to our region. We share the stories of our work with diverse communities and how we support community-led solutions that address health disparities, advance health equity and improve health outcomes.
In 2022, Point32Health companies and our Foundation gave more than $15 million in grants, matching gifts, sponsorships, volunteer time, in-kind and other contributions to nonprofit organizations. This includes nearly $8 million through Foundation grants to 140+ community nonprofits across the five states we serve. Read our executive summary for more highlights.
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Point32Health Foundation works with communities to support, advocate and advance healthier lives for everyone. Learn more on the Point32Health Foundation website.