At Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana, we take great pride in doing our part to improve the health and wellness of Montana’s children through direct efforts or by supporting organizations that share our vision.
That’s why we awarded $50,000 grants each to four organizations with similar hopes and dreams as part of our Healthy Kids, Healthy Families (HKHF) initiative. HKHF is part of an ongoing commitment to invest in our partnerships with nonprofit organizations that offer sustainable, measurable programs to reach children and their families in five focus areas:
“These organizations, like us, are focused on improving the health and well-being of Montana’s children and families,” BCBSMT Manager of Community Relations Jesse Zentz said. “We’re proud to support their work through the Healthy Kids, Healthy Families grant program and trust they will produce positive results for young Montanans, our most valuable resource.”
The 2016 winners are …
The Healthy Kids, Healthy Families initiative is only one way BCBSMT continues to serve the state of Montana. Last year alone, BCBSMT awarded hundreds of sponsorships and grants to organizations throughout Montana and our employees are dedicated volunteers in the communities we live in.
Be sure to click here for more information about the application process, which opens in spring 2017.
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