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Giving Back

Giving back is part of Superior’s culture. With more than 3,200 employees across Texas, fundraising, volunteering and donating have always been a part of what we do. Read below to learn more or review Superior HealthPlan’s 2023 community investment report.

  • United Way. Over the past 9 years, Superior employees have pledged $2 million to Texas chapters of United Way, including nearly $200,000 in 2023. The annual giving campaign has supported multiple community initiatives that help Texans in need.
  • March of Dimes:  Since 2015, Superior employees have supported March of Dimes, raising more than $130,000. This funding helps support the March of Dimes and their goal to prevent birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
  • Employee Impact Network: In 2022, Superior and Centene launched the Employee Impact Network (EIN), an initiative designed to connect employees with community service opportunities. This makes it easier for employees to find ways to volunteer and give back, helping support our neighbors in need. On top of that, all full-time employees have 8 hours of Community Impact Time available each year, a benefit employees may use during the workday.