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Social Responsibility

Making an Impact

As a leading Stop Loss and Managed Care Reinsurance company, we see firsthand the debilitating effects of catastrophic medical conditions. To make a meaningful, positive impact, HM Insurance Group (HM) provides financial support, hours of volunteerism and a commitment to corporate responsibility in communities where we do business, aiming to create healthier people and ultimately, healthier communities. In 2022, HM directed $312,750 to more than 75 different organizations.

Significant backing is given to organizations that are working to improve conditions that result in catastrophic medical expenses – organizations that support research, provide patient advocacy and build awareness. Through HM’s Charity Choice Grant Program, all employees are eligible to request a charitable donation of up to $500 from HM to support an organization of their choice that addresses a community, educational, health or human services need.

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Supporting Community Organizations During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Over the past few years, HM’s Corporate Giving Team directed more than $200,000 to 14  different nonprofit organizations addressing food insecurity heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic in some of the areas where we do business. The funds target relief in Western Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Tampa, Baltimore, Iowa, Massachusetts, Texas, Cincinnati, California, Georgia and New York. Donations supported the work of food banks and organizations providing meals to individuals and families during these unprecedented times.

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Community Service in Action

Our employees are not only passionate and committed to their jobs at HM, they also go above and beyond by supporting community programs. All employees receive one Volunteer Day to take each year, and many use the day with co-workers for a team-building activity that gives back to the community. For example, for the past several years, a cross-functional group of HM employees has helped set up the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk in Pittsburgh. A few other highlights include participating in the Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Family program to help make the holidays brighter for those in need; volunteering time to help at food banks; and creating care packages for cancer patients.