Dallas-based healthcare analytics company HMS is in the giving spirit this holiday season, partnering with CitySquare to the tune of a $15,000 donation and a volunteer day with 50 employees packing 15,000 meals to feed the hungry.
“As a mission-driven organization, HMS strongly supports the hard work that CitySquare does every day on the front lines of fighting poverty and addressing the wellness needs of the whole person,” said Meredith Bjorck, chief legal officer for HMS via release. “We are proud to partner with an organization that shares so many synergies with our overall mission of making the healthcare system work better for everyone – including those most in need within our community.”
CitySquare offers a variety of services to tackle hunger, health, housing, and hope. It’s food pantry serves 2.4 million pounds of food each year to 140,000 regional residents, and provides 900 housing units to those in need.
“We are so appreciative of HMS’ support of CitySquare,” said John Siburt, president and chief operating officer for CitySquare. “Their generous monetary donation as well as the giving of time and talent of their employees is uplifting to all of us. We look forward to a great partnership with HMS as we work together to fight against poverty and address social determinants of health within our community.”