DAS Cares

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.


On Saturday, December 9th the DAS Family volunteered with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, supporting mental health awareness and education at the Out of Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk.

We were one of the largest teams to participate, bringing together remote and local employees and matching our total donation to the cause.

DAS Health Team Members participated in the Out of Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in Tampa, FL |  DAS Health

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On Saturday, November 11th, the DAS Health team joined walkers from across Tampa Bay to walk in support of heart health and the American Heart Association of Tampa Bay. The three mile Heart Walk supported the fight against heart disease and stroke — the No. 1 and No. 5 causes of death in America.

American Heart Association Heart Walk DAS Community Volunteers | DAS Health

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This quarter, our team volunteered with DAS Community across the nation to give back across a variety of community service organizations. In Tampa, our team volunteered at A Kid’s Place of Tampa Bay to help run their summer programs and with Feeding Tampa Bay sorting food for those in need. In Charlotte, our team served lunch to more than 60 men as part of the Rebound for Men group with the Charlotte Rescue Mission. Our Vegas team supported Discovery Children’s Museum by stuffing mailers for the organization’s families.

Q3 Volunteer Events Feeding Tampa Bay, A Kid's Place, Charlotte Rescue Mission, and more | DAS Health

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