The Labcorp Charitable Foundation
We believe every person deserves equitable care and education.
In 2020 Labcorp established a private charitable 501(c)(3) foundation to advance our desire to bring quality healthcare access to all by supporting education and our local communities.
Common grant opportunities include:
Below are some of the organizations we’ve been able to support with grants.
American Diabetes Association funding to support the Patient Co-Pay, which increases access to care, identifies opportunities for earlier intervention and prevention of debilitating complications and improves health equity access for people of color living with diabetes.
American Heart Association funding to support its Health Equity Committee in implementing “Empower to Serve” health lessons, with the goal of reaching more women of color with important health messages.
Center for Science, Technology, and Leadership Development funding to support the expansion of programs and services to benefit low-income youth through tutoring, literacy education, behavioral health services and programs that support STEM education.
Healthy Americas Foundation funding to support the Hispanic Family Equity Fund that works to close the well-being gap for Hispanic families.
HELP of Southern Nevada funding to provide three meals a day for youth residing in a homeless youth center.
Methodist Richardson Medical Center Foundation funding to support the Asian Breast Health Outreach Project and provide free mammograms and health education to minority communities.
Virtua Health Foundation funding to support the Eat Well Mobile Grocery Store, which provides nutritious food to community members living in food deserts.
Zero – The End of Prostate Cancer funding to support the patient navigation program, ZERO360, a critical support program that addresses health and equity in prostate cancer for Black and low-income men.