Community Outreach

Employees of the Hankey Group continuously have ample opportunity to participate in various local outreach events and community service programs, such as the following:

  • Meals on Wheels
  • Ronald McDonald House Camp Walk for Kids
  • American Heart Association
  • Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
  • American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Adopt-A-Family

The Hankey Group is a proud supporter of employees participating in these initiatives, offering employer-match contributions to these and similar programs.

Meet Our ESOP Millionaires

The Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP) owns 7.5% of Westlake Financial Services. Employee ownership has attributed to the financial wellbeing of Hankey Group current and retired employees on all levels of employment. It is a win-win opportunity for employees preparing for their future and participating in the company’s the growth and profits . All Hankey Group companies’ employees eligible to participate in the plan must be least 18 years of age and have been continuously employed with any of the Hankey Group companies for at least six months.

 

Just the Facts

• Plan opened in 2001 with 82 participants, $6.9M in assets

• As of 12/31/2020 WSHC ESOP Plan has 1,363 members, $250M assets

• ESOP Stockholders own 7.5% of Westlake Services Holding Company

The Hankey Foundation

Thank you from Keck School of Medicine – USC Clinical Diabetes Program to Bret Hankey and the Hankey Family Foundation”

Thank you for your generous support of the USC Hankey Diabetes Tele-CGM Program Fund, which has allowed Anne Peters, MD, director of the USC Clinical Diabetes Program, to transform diabetes care. Your support fuels Dr. Peters and her team’s work to provide continuous glucose monitors (CGM) and leading-edge care to patients, develop a Tele-CGM virtual clinic, and advance research to advocate for the most under-resourced diabetics in our local and national communities.

Hankey Tele-CGM program has facilitated:

The purchase of CGMs and the necessary supplies for more than 100 individuals in need.

  • Critical education to help CGM recipients use the devices properly.
  • The coverage of insurance gaps for 75 of our patients, ensuring they had the diabetes supplies they needed to remain healthy.
  • The donation of 6,000 Libre CGM sensors to the Hankey Tele-CGM program from Abbott Diabetes Care strongly endorses our project.

“Many of my patients have difficulty getting devices because their insurance won’t pay for it. However, just being given a device doesn’t make a difference—it is providing patients the device, training, and education that changes their lives.”

Based on the data from her preliminary work, Dr. Peters persuaded the L.A. County Department of Health Services to cover CGM for people living in LA County-but without the follow-up and monitoring the Hankey Tele-CGM program provides.

She also persuaded Medicare and Medicaid to pay for about 240,000 CGMs for the poor and senior across the country – a truly impressive leveraging of your gift to improve the lives of countless people across the country.”

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Other Hankey Foundation programs include:

  • American Heart Association
  • California Hospital Medical Center
  • St. Joseph Hospital of Orange
  • St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • University of Southern California
  • USC Hankey Diabetes-CGM program fund
  • Viewpoint School
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