Meet the faces behind BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina and read stories from employee involvement in the South Carolina community.
Feb. 24, 2022: Allen University's Waverly Project will give the historic Good Samaritan-Waverly Hospital in downtown Columbia a new place in our modern community. The building was home to the city's only medical care for Black South Carolinians during the Jim Crow era. University President Dr. Ernest McNealey talks to us about the project.
April 19, 2022: In 2019, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina hosted its first Day of Service for employees. BlueCross suspended the program the next two years due to COVID-19, but this year, the company is excited to bring the program back. BlueCross' community relations director discusses the program.
Aug. 18, 2022: In 2020 BlueCross made a commitment to the state's six private, four-year historically Black colleges and universities. Voorhees College in Denmark recently added graduate programs and became a university. The head of the college's advancement office shares how the school is changing.
Dec. 29, 2022: Every year BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina and its employees give back through donations and volunteering efforts across the state. This year employees served almost 20,000 hours. Looking back on the year, we share just a few ways the company gave back in 2022.
Feb. 9, 2023: The Chief Executive Officer for Transitions Homeless Center in Columbia shares what the organization does in the community and how others can get involved. BlueCross has supported Transitions through employee giving campaigns and other efforts.
April 20, 2023: Volunteers are key for many nonprofits. BlueCross employees give back and volunteer in the community all year. Our community relations specialist coordinates these efforts. She shares some tips for volunteering.
June 14, 2023: The Red Cross does much more than managing a blood bank. An expert with the organization shares why it is important to give blood and how others can support the important work the group does.
Aug. 17, 2023: President and CEO of Public Educations Partners in Greenville shares how the organization works alongside Greenville County Schools to make a difference for families and children in the Upstate.
Oct. 13, 2021: The number of people struggling with intimate partner violence in South Carolina is staggering. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Ann Kita, executive director of Sistercare, answers a few questions about the work her organization does in South Carolina.
Dec. 23, 2021: As one of the largest companies in the state, BlueCross has a responsibility to give back to the communities it serves. In 2021, BlueCross and its employees helped South Carolinians from the Upstate to the Lowcountry, from the Pee Dee to the Midlands.
- Preparing Students for Successful College Experiences
- 5 Questions With Charleston Parks Conservancy
- Promoting Philanthropy in the Midlands
- Funding Helps Students Stay On Track
- Sharing Untold Stories
- 20 Ways BlueCross Gave Back in 2020
- Volunteering Changes Lives
- 7 Questions With United Way of the Midlands
- Finding Help in South Carolina
- How Can I Help Our Community Right Now?
- 7 Questions With the American Diabetes Association in South Carolina
- 19 Ways BlueCross Gave Back in 2019
- Giving Back in Every Way Possible
- BlueCross Employee Serves as Friend to Epworth Children’s Home
- BlueCross VP Serves as Voice for Children in Need