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Highmark Inc. Teams with Operation Warm to Provide New Winter Coats for Children in Need
Date:12/10/2008

"For many children, a new winter coat is the first item of new clothing they have ever received," said Barbara Loeslein, Operation Warm director of development. "Support from corporate partners, like Highmark, enables us to reach more and more children every year and truly help make a difference in their lives."

Last year, Operation Warm provided new winter coats to some 126,000 children living in poverty across the United States. The organization anticipates reaching 140,000 children in 2008.

Highmark has been a proud supporter of Operation Warm since 2004 and has helped to provide new coats to approximately 3,000 children. To learn more about Highmark's corporate giving and commitment to the community, visit the "Community Involvement" section of www.highmark.com.

About Operation Warm

Operation Warm provides new winter coats to children in need through strategic partnerships with donors and community organizations. The organization's vision is that every child wearing a new winter coat will be healthy, able to attend school regularly and have strong self-esteem. They hope that each child reached believes, "I am of value." For more information about Operation Warm and to find out how you can help, visit www.operationwarm.org or call 1-800-730-WARM.

About Highmark Inc.

As one of the leading health insurers in Pennsylvania, Highmark Inc.'s mission is to provide access to affordable, quality health care enabling individuals to live longer, healthier lives. Based in Pittsburgh, Highmark serves 4.6 million people through the company's health care benefits business. Highmark contributes millions of dollars to help keep quality health care programs affordable and to support community-based programs
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