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IBC Foundation president honored for her community service and partnerships

Lorina Marshall-Blake, president of Independence Blue Cross Foundation, recently accepted two prestigious awards for community service and her tireless commitment to improving the health of our region.

On September 21, Spectrum Health Services, Inc. honored Marshall-Blake with the Access to Care Award at its 50th anniversary celebration for her work to promote affordable, quality care.  Spectrum Health, located in West Philadelphia, is one of more than 40 health centers supported by the IBC Foundation’s Blue Safety Net program.

The Moyer Foundation honored Marshall-Blake on September 26 at its annual Champions for Children event, which benefits children and families affected by grief and addiction. The IBC Foundation supports the Moyer Foundation’s Camp Mariposa program, an addiction prevention and mentoring program for youth who have been impacted by substance abuse in their families.


Independence Blue Cross Foundation Team

The Independence Blue Cross Foundation is leading a future for equitable health in our communities and nation. The IBX Foundation’s grant programs and the Independence Blue Cross Foundation Institute for Health Equity are advancing three areas of impact: Access to Care, the Healthcare Workforce, and Health Equity. Since inception the IBX Foundation’s most important stakeholder – the community – has been at the center of the work. By the end of 2023, the IBX Foundation will have awarded grants totaling more than $80 million to support nonprofits and research improving the health and well-being of communities in southeastern Pennsylvania.

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