The seven charitable foundations affiliated with Highmark Health, including five Allegheny Health Network hospital foundations and Highmark Inc.'s two foundations, have long and proud histories of funding programs that improve the health, well-being, and quality of life for individuals in the communities we are privileged to serve.
The seven foundations are identified below.
Allegheny Health Network:
In addition to the foundation stories featured in this section, other highlights from 2017 included the Highmark Foundation awarding more than $300,000 in grants to 65 schools across Pennsylvania and West Virginia to make schools healthier places for children, and the opening of the AHN Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, made possible by a grant from the Suburban Health Foundation.
For more information on our organization's charitable work, read our Charitable Care & Community Giving Summary as well as our feature story on 2017 disaster relief support and giving by Highmark Health and its affiliates.
Celebrating its 20th year of service, the Highmark Caring Place has now helped more than 100,000 grieving children and family members.
Allegheny Health Network Community Affairs provided over $1 million in funding in 2017 to support community health and economic development initiatives to improve the overall well-being of the communities served by Allegheny Health Network and across its campuses.
Highmark Foundation provided nearly $3 million in funding in 2017 to support initiatives that educate and improve the overall well-being of the communities served by Highmark Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.