For the healthcare community. For the WHOLE community. DAS Community gives back.
Our team is proud to support various community projects and community service initiatives through DAS Community, 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.
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.
This quarter, the DAS Health team volunteered across the U.S. with a variety of projects, including the Tampa Bay Humane Society, Hope Cancer Ministries, Noah’s Animal House, and the West Virginia Veteran’s Home.
Our team helped to play with and clean puppies and kittens at the Humane Society and Noah’s Animal House, served food to veterans at the Veteran’s Home, and helped write Father’s Day cards for patients at Hope Cancer Ministries. Check out just a few photos of our volunteers below!
Our volunteers contributed across the nation this March, supporting our local communities and giving back.
- In Las Vegas, our volunteers supported Goodwill by pairing hundreds of unmatched shoes.
- Our Tampa team volunteered with Trinity Cafe, serving lunch to several hundred individuals March 21 – 24.
- In North Carolina, the team helped wrap journals for children in transition with Bright Blessings USA, an organization that helped 9,000 children least year alone.
Check out just a few photos of the event below:
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- 5. Uninsured rate stays stable in 2018
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