As a health plan, we have a responsibility to be a good corporate citizen. Whether it’s advancing diversity, equity and inclusion; championing sustainable initiatives; or expanding our products and services to promote health equity, we feel a sense of duty and urgency to act.
-Tom Croswell, president and CEO of Tufts Health Plan
The report shows the results of these actions—a mobile market that delivers fresh produce to hundreds of people each month, buildings that rank among the most energy efficient in the country and innovative community collaborations. It highlights our Foundation’s focus on building age-friendly communities; growth in employee volunteerism over the last five years; as well as the strength of our match program, which provided $1 million to community organizations in 2019. Total giving last year exceeded $6.6 million.
“Corporate Citizenship doesn’t exist in just one department, it’s who we are – and it’s embedded in all aspects of our business,” said Nora Moreno Cargie, president of Tufts Health Plan Foundation and vice president for corporate citizenship at Tufts Health Plan. “We are living our values and working together to make a better world today and for tomorrow.”