DAS Cares. For the healthcare community. For the WHOLE community.
Our team is proud to support various community projects and community service initiatives through DAS Cares, volunteering our time and energy to give a little back.
We’ve volunteered in communities across the United States, supporting causes our associates care about including working with Feeding America, Humane Society, Metropolitan Ministries, A Kid’s Place, and more!
Read more about our most recent volunteer opportunities below.
In Q1, our Tampa team volunteered at the Humane Society to help walk dogs, clean cages, and of course play with the animals. Our Las Vegas team worked with Three Square to help pack meals for kids at the Kids Kitchen Café. Our New Hampshire team volunteered at the New Hampshire Food Bank where they packed meals for the local community. Our Amarillo team worked with Amarillo Food Bank to make 2,400 meals. Last but not least, our Columbus team was pleased to support Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio by making desserts for the residents living at Faith Mission Women’s Shelter. A huge thank you to our local charities, for allowing us to give back to our communities.
In 2021, we continued to give back to our communities by working with a variety of local organizations: Humane Society of Tampa Bay, Feeding Tampa Bay, Metropolitan Ministries, High Plains Food Bank (Amarillo, TX), New Hampshire Food Bank (Salem, NH), and Three Square (Las Vegas, NV). Our teams had the opportunity to sort donated food, clothing, and toys, pack lunches for students, and help families in need during the holiday season. To wrap up the year, we also participated in the annual Out of the Darkness Walk, supporting mental health awareness and education for suicide prevention.
In Q4, our Tampa team joined with Metropolitan Ministries volunteering in their Holiday Tent to sort through donated food items. Our New Hampshire team worked with the New Hampshire Mobile Food Pantry, loading donations into cars and directing traffic. Thank you to our local charities, allowing us to help in any way we can.
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- 2. OIG: CMS paid out $434M in improper premium assistance payments
- 3. Opioid prescriptions aren’t decreasing, study finds
- 4. ACOs using medical home physicians save money, yield higher quality, report finds
- 5. Uninsured rate stays stable in 2018
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