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Corporate Responsibility

State’s team members strive to improve the quality of life in our communities – both through volunteerism and philanthropic donations. In addition to the individual contributions of our more than 700 team members, State conducts three major fundraisers each year with the company matching employee contributions dollar-for-dollar.

In February, our team participates in
Special Olympics Polar Plunge.

In September, we provide school supplies to ensure students have the tools they need to succeed through the Boys and Girls Club

Each December, State provides gifts and food to area families through:

The State family has long supported Cars Curing Kids, a charity commited to supporting the American Family Children's Hospital.

The Haag family also makes significant contributions to the community through The Haag Family Foundation.


As part of our core value of Respect, State embraces the significance of a diverse workforce. We recognize this makes our team stronger and enables us to provide even better service to our clients’ patients.

Today, 39% of our team is a member of a minority group and 80% are female. Our leadership continues to have a strong female diversity with women holding 72% overall leadership roles and 42% in executive leadership.

Our recruitment efforts also are focused on further developing the diversity of our team. We use over a dozen diversity focused job boards and Community Action Agencies combined with sources such as social media.


State recognizes its responsibility to use resources efficiently, reducing consumption and waste.

State continues to invest compliant, electronic patient communication channels to reduce the amount of paper used. Additionally, State continually seeks ways to reduce energy consumption and waste. Recent initiatives include:
Company-wide recycling
Removing disposable cups from break rooms
Installing automatic shut-off lights
Expanding our remote workforce to reduce or eliminate daily commutes

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