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Season of Giving

By Alison Arella, Community Investment | December 23, 2014

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Regence has a long tradition of giving back to the communities we serve. This philanthropic spirit can be seen throughout the year in various campaigns, but our employees are especially enthusiastic about spreading cheer during the holiday season.

In its 12th year supporting the KGW Great Toy Drive, Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon employees donated nearly 2,500 toys to the effort, bringing the total to 70,000 toys benefitting 136 local organizations. And on top of that, more than 90 Regence employees, families and friends volunteered their time by helping deliver toys to the annual parade of toys, the final collection day for the KGW Great Toy Drive.

Watch the KGW Great Toy Drive official promotion video below.

On behalf of Regence, I hope your holiday season is filled with happiness and health!

 

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