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Corporate social responsibility

At Humana, being a good corporate citizen means helping people and communities be healthier.

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Meeting the disclosure needs of our stakeholders

At Humana we are dedicated to transparent disclosures, and continuously seek ways to better meet the disclosure needs of our stakeholders. In recognition of our strong Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) program, we’ve determined that we will map our ESG disclosures to frameworks established by the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), prior to December 31, 2021.

Our focus areas

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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) report

From employee and member health, to supplier diversity, to environmental stewardship, we know that being a good corporate citizen is critical to the long-term sustainability of our company.

Whole-person health

Humana and the Humana Foundation are working together with our community partners to address social determinants of health, such as food security and social connection. Here's how we're partnering with the San Antonio Food Bank to help seniors receive fresh, nutritious food and build greater community.

Don't be afraid of getting old. They say when you're 40, you’re over the hill. No, you're not. I'm Frances Dellaratta, and I'm 77 years old. I'm from San Antonio, Texas. I guess I'm a dancer at heart. It’s just one of those healthier menus. My name is Bianca and I work for the San Antonio Food Bank as a senior wellness navigator. We're doing a group class right now so that way we can do Zumba and a cooking demo because one of our clients wanted to do it with her friends. We brought a recipe called the meatless burrito bowl from the food bank. SWIM is a Senior Wellness Intervention Model program at the food bank. We are grant-funded by Humana. They teach you how to eat. They give you good food. It keeps you healthy. It's pretty incredible how many people are in need. They're on a set budget. They're very vulnerable because most of them are eating what's cheap, not nutritious at all. Towards the end of the month, you're not going to have poultry. You're not going to have a good meal, so you start looking at cans. Sometimes when you don't have food, you don't really want to eat because it's not satisfying you. We do education and distributions of food to them once a month by us and then, a second distribution by a volunteer within the month. So, they get two food boxes, two produce bags and then, one-hour classes with our navigators. Excellent, Bianca. That way, they can learn different things from diabetes education to food preservation, nutrition education, exercise. We’re going to do a little warm-up stretch. We go to Zumba classes twice a month, and we really shake it. Yes, especially me. They're changing their eating patterns. They're starting to do more exercise outside of what we're teaching them. I can bend more. I can reach down without going “Ugh.” They're really using what we're teaching them, sharing it with their families, so everyone's getting the knowledge. It's really making a difference. Well, if you don't use it, you're going to lose it. And it makes you happy. And you come out, and the blood is running. It's good. It's healthy for you. Puts rosy cheeks.

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Recognition for our CSR efforts

We have received recognition for our commitment to CSR from a number of third-party organizations.

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Humana Foundation

The Humana Foundation co-creates communities where leadership, culture and systems work to improve and sustain positive health outcomes by addressing asset and financial security, food security and social connections.

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