Community Health Plan of Washington is committed to Washington’s communities.
Community Health Plan of Washington partners with local organizations across the state to help connect people to vital services and sponsor community events.
Every full-time CHPW employee has 40 hours of paid volunteer time that they use to serve meals at local food banks, work on Washington's hiking trails, and clean up public spaces.
As a not-for-profit health plan, CHPW reinvests its profits back into the Community Health Centers, helping them deliver better care to everyone who walks through their doors.
Employee Mission Committee
The Employee Mission Committee was formed to provide our employees with ways to get involved in the community and live our mission to improve the health of our members.
They organize volunteer opportunities with community-based organizations like YouthCare, Rainier Valley Food Banks, YWCA Angeline's Women's Center, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Washington, Real Change, and the Washington Trail Association.
They also run quarterly drives for the whole company, which benefit local charities and Community Health Centers.
In 2017, the Mission Committee organized:
- A book drive for the Valley View Literacy Corner
- A food drive for the Pike Market Food Bank
- A school supply drive for Mercy House
- A winter supply drive for YouthCare
- A holiday gift drive for Treehouse
- A sock drive for Seattle's homeless