Taking a stand, and reaping the rewards

BIG IDEA, BROAD SUPPORT: The yearly CVS Health Charity Classic golf tournament benefits nearly 80 local nonprofits. Last year's event ended up contributing $1.4 million to the organizations, adding to the total of more than $18 million since its inception in 1999. Holding the check are, from left, CVS President and CEO Larry J. Merlo, professional golfer and event co-host Brad Faxon, pro golfer and co-host Billly Andrade, CVS Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility and Philanthropy Eileen Howard Boone, plus CVS Senior Director of Community Relations Faith Weiner at far right. / COURTESY CVS HEALTH
BIG IDEA, BROAD SUPPORT: The yearly CVS Health Charity Classic golf tournament benefits nearly 80 local nonprofits. Last year's event ended up contributing $1.4 million to the organizations, adding to the total of more than $18 million since its inception in 1999. Holding the check are, from left, CVS President and CEO Larry J. Merlo, professional golfer and event co-host Brad Faxon, pro golfer and co-host Billly Andrade, CVS Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility and Philanthropy Eileen Howard Boone, plus CVS Senior Director of Community Relations Faith Weiner at far right. / COURTESY CVS HEALTH
With its roots as Consumer Value Stores – first planted in working-class New England – what has become the towering tree that is CVS Health Corp. is now a major player in the U.S. health sector. The scale of the company, and its principal branches, is fairly staggering. A total of 215,000 employees – working…

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