At Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, we’re proud to insure more than 800,000 people. But we do so much more. For instance, in 2016 we continued our long tradition of community service through volunteering and giving. We not only urge employees to give back to communities, we make it easy to see it through! We provide a list of volunteer events throughout the year, making it simple to take part. Also, our employees help out at many “giving back” events they find on their own. Blue Corps℠ logged more than 11,000 hours, working at Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, Sunbeam Family Services, and Clarehouse, to name a few. Why? Because we love you!
Our employees were also involved in more than 100 community events, ranging from leadership activities, to donations to community groups with health and wellness missions. Among the many important community programs we continue to support are the the Oklahoma Caring Foundation, United Way, and the Hospitality House of Tulsa. Our employees are committed to making Oklahoma a healthier place to live.
This is exciting work because helping others is the most rewarding thing possible. We’re in the community help business for the long haul, just as we’ve been helping meet health care needs for 75 years.
Check out our 2016 Social Responsibility Report and share the good news with friends, co-workers and family members. We bet they’ll be amazed and pleased.
How can we help your OK community? Give us a shout in the comments!
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