Humana Chairman and CEO Mike McCallister joined more than 140 associates who volunteered to build an innovative, multigenerational playground in the city of Lauderhill, Florida. Humana volunteers built the 2,500-square-foot playground at Ruth Rothkopf Park, as well as five standalone exercise stations for adults and senior citizens. In addition, volunteers also built new picnic tables, benches, shade areas, and an enhanced walking path. Humana continues to celebrate its 50th Anniversary. Fifty years of helping people. The playground build is part of a continuing effort to say thank you to the communities where our members live.
Humana partnered with KaBOOM!
, a national non-profit dedicated to saving play; their vision is to create a great place to play within walking distance of every child in America. Humana is the first-ever health care company to partner with KaBOOM! to bring state-of-the-art recreational facilities to Lauderhill. Other partners were the City of Lauderhill Parks and Leisure Services Department and a group known as FLIPANY — Florida Introduces Physical Activity and Nutrition to Youth. McCallister took part in the build, assembling a sign that welcomes people of all ages to the playground. He then addressed the crowd before cutting the ribbon.