We support health, safety & well-being initiatives.

WorkCare Gives Back To The Community

In support of our mission, WorkCare is pleased to sponsor events and contribute to organizations that support occupational health and safety initiatives, higher education for EH&S professionals and programs for at-risk youth.


WorkCare supports the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America and local chapters by sponsoring client events that raise funds for this organization. Make-A-Wish makes it possible to grant life-changing wishes for children with cancer and other critical illnesses. Volunteers, donors, sponsors, medical professionals and communities are needed to help make wishes come true. Wish children gain the courage they need to continue with their medical treatments. For their family members, a wish provides hope and relief from the stress of caring for a sick child. Wishes also bring communities together and inspire compassion for others.

WorkCare staff members support the Make-a-Wish Foundation during a charity golf tournament.


WorkCare is pleased to support the Huddle Up for Kids Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on building better tomorrows for kids. Today, the foundation sponsors events and initiatives in collaboration with professional athletes, corporations, business professionals and individuals to create meaningful “touch-points” that make a difference in a child’s life.

WorkCare contributed as a Community Awards Gala underwriter in June 2019. The gala, a joint initiative of Shell Chemical Appalachia LLC and Pro Football Alumni, supports the Beaver County, PA, community. WorkCare operates the onsite clinic at a major Shell-Bechtel-Pennsylvania Chemicals construction site in Beaver County.

Shell/Pro Football Alumni Gala Event – Guests clockwise from top: 1) Todd Kalis and VIP, Honoree, Tony Dorsett 2) Dr. Huwaida Mansour, WorkCare Medical Director 3) Merrill Hoge, Emcee 4) Maureen O’Rorke, WorkCare Regional Account Manager and Tony Dorsett 5) Merrill Hoge

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Kids’ Chance of California


Kids’ Chance of California is a non-profit organization that awards need-based educational scholarships to the children of California workers who have been fatally or seriously injured on the job. The state organization operates independently under the auspices of Kids’ Chance of America.


The PIH Health Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting PIH Health, a Southern California health system serving multiple communities, including some where WorkCare employees reside. Funds raised by the foundation support the delivery of compassionate, quality health care services and health-based programs to more than 3.7 million residents of Los Angeles and Orange counties. The health system’s mission is to provide care without discrimination and contribute to the well-being of people in an ethical, safe and fiscally sound manner.

WorkCare Safety & Health Scholarship

WorkCare supports the ASSP Foundation by sponsoring Safety & Health Scholarships for college students. To date, seven scholars directly supported by WorkCare’s generosity have graduated with honors. Some are seeking higher education, and most are now involved in the safety and health community.


We are so proud to partner with WorkCare and look forward to the many years ahead!

– Sarah Martino, Manager, ASSP Foundation


WorkCare supports United Way by donating to client pledge drives. For example, Rollins, Inc, invited WorkCare to contribute toward its annual Greater Atlanta United Way campaign, which involves a series of events including a golf tournament, Making Strides 5k, Spirit Week, and an online and live show auction. United Way is engaged in 95 percent of U.S. communities and 37 other countries and territories. Its mission is to “bring people together to build stronger, more equitable communities where everyone can thrive.” United Way depends on volunteers, donors, and community and corporate partners to deliver services focused on improvements in educational opportunities, economic mobility, access to health care and resiliency.