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AmeriHealth launches Be of Service campaign to honor local individual and organization

AmeriHealth today announced its Be of Service campaign, a recognition honoring a Corporate Citizen of the Year and a Volunteer of the Year that go above and beyond for their community. AmeriHealth runs a similar internal initiative, which it decided to expand externally through this new campaign.

AmeriHealth believes strengthening the communities it serves helps create healthier futures for its members and those they serve. By recognizing how others exceed expectations — through charitable efforts, excellence in philanthropy, volunteering, or community service — AmeriHealth wants to celebrate those who have demonstrated impactful work and encourage them to remain committed to their communities.

“Our goal with the Be of Service campaign is to amplify the people and organizations that make New Jersey the great state that it is,” said Mike Munoz, Market President of AmeriHealth. “At AmeriHealth, our members are always top of mind and our priority is making sure they are at their best, so that our communities flourish. We commend the meaningful work from those throughout the Garden State because it truly makes a difference.”

Two awards will be available for nomination with one winner for each category. —. Members of the public will be able to submit nominations for both a person or an organization that resides or is headquartered in the state of New Jersey.

Winners of each award will receive a $500 gift card from AmeriHealth and be entitled to designate a charity to which AmeriHealth will donate a total amount of $1,500. Up to (5) five honorees to be selected by AmeriHealth will also receive a $100 gift card acknowledgement.

Learn more about criteria, key dates, and submission requirements for each award.

Carly LePore

Carly LePore joined AmeriHealth in 2018 where today she serves as the organization's Corporate Communications Manager. She plays a key role in protecting and promoting the AmeriHealth New Jersey brand by providing strategic counsel on matters related to media relations, speaking engagements and public appearances as well as internal associate communications.

As a member of AmeriHealth’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council, Carly plays an integral role in helping cultivate a welcoming and inclusive work environment within the company.

Carly brings more than a decade of experience in public/media relations as well as corporate and associate communications. Carly earned her B.A. in public relations with a minor in sociology from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut.