Community On The inside


Community. It’s at the heart of everything we do, and it starts from the inside out. With a collaborative culture at our core, our people know that they can rely on their colleagues and trust the strategic vision of our leadership.  It’s this combination of support and trust that has helped us to be consistently ranked as a top place to work by The Boston Globe and The Boston Business Journal.

 
Boston Business Journal

It all starts with connections. The supportive network of colleagues, an accessible leadership team, and an understanding of the mission of the organization are just some of the important connections that make working at Harvard Pilgrim such a rewarding experience. It’s why so many of our people have made a long-term investment in their careers here and have been rewarded with the stability to build a meaningful path for themselves.

Community On The Outside

Through it all, we never lose sight of the community we serve. With over one million members, we understand the pressing needs that exist in our communities. We provide the tools, training and volunteer opportunities that not only truly make a difference but also help us to create solutions for the diverse marketplace that we serve.

Here are just a few of the many volunteer efforts that make Harvard Pilgrim the 7th most charitable company in Massachusetts, according to the Boston Business Journal:

• Every employee is eligible for a $500 mini-grant, that they donate to a charity of their choice. Last year, employees donated $500,000 in these mini-grants to local communities.

• Employees are given opportunities to volunteer either with their Harvard Pilgrim colleagues or at a charity of their own choice.

• As a Cradles to Crayons Ready for School sponsor, Harvard Pilgrim offers both philanthropic and employee volunteer support, with many of our departments filling backpacks for schoolchildren with much-needed supplies.

• Our Veggie Mobile in Worcester delivers fresh food to seniors.

• The Harvard Pilgrim Wellesley office has a garden and participates in a Community Supported Agriculture program for employees.

From working to improve schools to helping to reduce childhood obesity, we are proud of our grassroots efforts that help these communities to thrive.

 

Proud to Support Our Communities

Here are some highlights of recent projects that make us proud to serve our communities.

 

Healthy Food Fund grants 10-8-15 - HPHC Foundation Awards $970,000 in New Healthy Food Fund Grants to 20 Not-For-Profit Community Food Programs

New Hampshire Service Day - 7th annual NH Service Day.
The Bottom Line: We Gain by Giving - Foundation's first report on our staff-led community service and giving programs.
Healthy Habits Start With Farm-Based Program -New Haven, CT
CTA program  - Kennebec County Correctional Facility in Maine teaches inmates to farm
and donates the harvest to schools and the needy
Kids in the Kitchen Healthy cooking classes - Milford Boys and Girls Club