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Giving

Throughout the Highmark Health enterprise, our work is tied to a larger social mission to build stronger communities of healthier people. That same mission guides our organizational giving — totaling $206.5 million in 2019.

Much of that giving takes the form of providing health coverage and care to those who are unable to pay for services. Philanthropic giving is just as important — including a United Way campaign that raises millions of dollars each year, the work of our foundations, and hundreds of sponsorships and grants that help support health, wellness, education, human services, arts, and other community-based organizations. The same spirit of giving drives the time and effort our employees dedicate to volunteering.

Highmark Health proudly builds on the decades-long legacy of giving established by Highmark Inc. and its predecessors, as well as the community-based hospitals that are now part of the Allegheny Health Network.

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Visit Highmark Inc.'s detailed information on its community giving programs, as well as online grant and sponsorship applications:

Highmark Inc. Corporate Giving

Highmark Inc. Grant and Sponsorship Requests and Online Application

Highmark Inc. Corporate Giving Community Contacts

You can find more information on Allegheny Health Network giving, as well as an online application for sponsorship requests, by visiting AHN.org. To learn more about the Highmark Foundation and its grant guidelines, visit highmarkfoundation.org.

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Giving back to our communities

Highmark donated $2 million in grants to organizations in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Delaware that are helping to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

Highmark donated $2 million in grants to organizations in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Delaware that are helping to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

Highmark Health supports a Blue Zones Project to build a healthier community in Erie

Highmark Health supports a Blue Zones Project to build a healthier community in Erie.

diabetic patients being treated by AHN clinicians

HMIG pledged $300,000 toward $1.2 million state grant to support Easton’s West Ward revitalization program.

children using My Bike program

Watch Living Proof of the value of supporting Variety's "My Bike" program for children with disabilities.

Highmark BCBS supports Northeast Sight Services with grant to support its Prevention of Blindness program

Highmark BCBS supports Northeast Sight Services with grant for Prevention of Blindness Program.