Serve360º

Serve360º

Serving our community is an important part of who we are. Each year, thousands of Community Health Network caregivers volunteer through Serve360º opportunities. The program was created in 2011 as a way to support our mission by engaging with meaningful volunteer opportunities and was named to reflect Community’s way of completing the circle by collectively giving back to the growing number of individuals and neighborhoods that gave birth to the network.

Serving Our Community

We believe all caregivers at Community should live our mission and participation in Serve360º is just a part of our culture of philanthropy. Many charitable community events are staffed by Serve360º volunteers and every year the amount of time committed by caregivers continues to grow. Watch the videos below to see our employees in action.

In Marion county, there are 150,000 people who are food insecure. Indy Urban Acres and Community Health Network volunteers help reduce that number because no one should ever go hungry.
Indy Urban Acres
A school-based food pantry helps students focus on education not hunger. Too many students in Indianapolis face food insecurity, but volunteers at Washington Irving IPS-14 ensure that students receive healthy meals.
Washington Irving IPS-14 Food Pantry

The primary mission of Serve360º is to support not for profit organizations serving the community through supplying volunteer hours and continuing to stand behind the organizations we serve. Serve360º allows our caregivers and leaders to get outside our walls, into our communities and give back to our caregivers. Our network leadership is committed to participating in Serve360º events each year.

We are incredibly thankful to those who help make Community Health Network a wonderful place to receive care and to serve as a caregiver. As we continue to live our mission and vision each and every day, we never lose sight of what makes us great – you!

Follow #Serve360 on your favorite social media sites to see how our volunteers make an impact.