At LabCorp, our goal is to be a good corporate citizen and be a positive force in changing people's lives, especially in the communities where our employees live and work. Through our philanthropic giving and our employee engagement, we support programs that inspire education and learning, promote health and well-being, and increase access to the arts.
Through partnerships with local nonprofit organizations, LabCorp helps provide resources that change people’s lives and strengthen our communities. We support the communities where we do business and recognize that there is always more that can be done.
While LabCorp has a long history of providing financial assistance to nonprofit organizations, our employees donate thousands of hours of their time giving back to the communities where they live and work. Collectively, their efforts have assisted the less fortunate, supported the arts, and mentored our youth. Our employees enjoy holding campaigns during the year, collecting canned food, school supplies, coats and toys. This culture of giving has not only allowed LabCorp to become partners with the communities we serve, but it has made the company a more rewarding place to work.
LabCorp encourages its employees to actively support a variety of institutions. Through the company’s Matching Gift Program and Volunteer Program, LabCorp matches donations or contributes to qualified organizations important to our employees.
LabCorp assists North Carolina communities impacted by Hurricane Florence
At LabCorp, it’s important that we give back to the communities where our employees live and work. That's why, after Hurricane Florence, LabCorp teamed up with Operation Airdrop to deliver much-needed supplies to some of these areas in North Carolina. Four LabCorp pilots and three of our Pilatus PC-12 cargo aircraft transported 1,000 hot meals and 25,000 pounds of relief supplies including water, food, dog food, and diapers to several different towns and regions across eastern North Carolina.
“We are privileged to help our North Carolina neighbors, including some of our own colleagues, who are suffering in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, and our support of Operation Airdrop is another demonstration of our commitment to our mission to improve health and improve lives,” said David P. King, chairman and CEO of LabCorp.
Learn more by reading the press release.