At HTA we understand it is important to give back to the communities where we live and work. Throughout the year we organize several opportunities for HTA employees to give back through drives, fundraisers, and volunteer events.
HTA provided much needed support to all the students at Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona by donating gift cards for new clothes, shoes and other supplies. In addition, HTA was proud to donate funds to BHGH of Arizona. January 2018.
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona Welcomes Healthcare Trust of America CEO, Scott D. Peters to Board. January 2018.
Scott D. Peters spoke to students at the Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona Career Day. February 15, 2018.
Healthcare Trust of America, Inc. was presenting sponsor for the 2018 “Success Starts with Hope Breakfast” for Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona. May 8, 2018.
HTA participated in College of Charleston’s Spring Career & Internship Fair. March 12, 2018.
HTA believes in fostering and teaching the future leaders of America and offers internship programs for both undergraduate and graduate students. The program provides a flexible work schedule, the opportunity to work with our executive team and hands-on experience in public markets, underwriting and commercial real estate investing. Year round.
Phoenix HTA volunteered at HomeBase on March 31. HomeBase serves youth 18-24 years of age who are experiencing homelessness including teens that have left undesirable family environments, young adults who lack the skills or experience needed to live independently and in rising numbers, youth who identify as LGBTQ.
Scott D. Peters, CEO of Healthcare Trust of America, Inc., speaks to students in the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. April 2, 2018.
HTA East Coast participated in Cooper River Bridge Run on April 7. The team of 91 ran for Darkness to Light, a nonprofit committed to empowering adults to prevent child sexual abuse. HTA donated $9100 to Darkness to Light.
The HTA Boston team attended the Working Wonders for Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children on April 11, 2018. The event raised more than $1.4M while featuring the extraordinary work of the Tufts Neuroscience Programs.
Scott D. Peters spoke at the Spring 2018 Michael Solomon Entrepreneurship Speaker Series at Kent State. April 18, 2018.
Scott Peters judged the Kent State University College of Business Administration's Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation second annual CEBIpitch competition on Thursday, April 19, 2018.
HTA West coast participated in Pat’s Run on April 21, 2018. Pat's Run is the signature fundraising event of the Pat Tillman Foundation, which invests in military veterans and their spouses through academic scholarships in honor of the late Pat Tillman. HTA had over 140 runners.
HTA was a sponsor for the Gene Kelly Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theater, an annual award given out by the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera and the University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera is a nonprofit professional theater company based in the Cultural District of Downtown Pittsburgh, PA. May 26, 2018.
HTA employees served the Indianapolis community on July 20, 2018. Thirteen volunteers from the Indy office went to the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry. Volunteer groups included produce, re-stocking, bread, carts and “no points” area. The organization was very grateful to have HTA volunteers as Fridays are normally a low volunteer day.
The 11 Nevins Street Wellness Initiative started on July 23, 2018 at 8AM. It is intended to motivate HTA’s MA employees to make healthier choices in their day-to-day activities such as nutritious meal options, drinking more water and adding cardio (including taking the stairs at work). The initiative will run for five weeks and there will be participation giveaways, as well as a grand, second and third prize. The prizes will be dependent on how many steps each participant totals at the end of the five weeks.
As part of the newly created Match Program, HTA matched a $500 donation to HomeBase, Phoenix, giving a total of $1000 to the nonprofit organization. HomeBase serves youth 18-24 years of age who are experiencing homelessness including teens that have left undesirable family environments, young adults who lack the skills or experience needed to live independently and in rising numbers, youth who identify as LGBTQ. The donation will go towards new school supplies and other items needed.
Two of our medical office buildings in the greater Boston area held a back to school giveaway, where four students won backpacks filled with water bottles, papers, folders, pens, highlighters, white out and more! We had a bunch of people donate items and a bunch of people sign up for deserving winners.