Employee Involvement

Cardinal Health employees are all in for good, not just one day a year but every single day!

Our employees give and volunteer all year long.

They build houses, feed the hungry, mentor children and support our vets.

They donate resources and raise money to find cures for cancer, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and MS.

We support what they care about.

Together, we make great things happen.

Together, we are all in for good.

Through personal contributions, contribution matches from our Foundation, and various grants, our employees have generated more than $18 million for their communities since 2008.

Some of the 2,000+ organizations our employees support nationwide include:

  • Alzheimer's Association: Cardinal Health employees support many events across the country to raise funds for research and caregiver support for those affected by Alzheimer's.
  • American Heart Association (AHA): Cardinal Health has a national network of employee volunteers who walk and raise funds for AHA in their local communities. Our employees have raised more than $750,000 to support AHA.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters: Cardinal Health has a national network of employees who volunteer as community and school-based big 'brothers' and 'sisters.' They also raise money through Bowl for Kids’ Sake and other fundraisers.
  • Our Cyclotron Team is a national network of employees who bike to support organizations including the Diabetes Tour de Cure, MS bike tours, Pelotonia cancer efforts in central Ohio and VeloSano in Cleveland. This network not only raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for research and services, it also supports a community of riders who are living healthily.
  • Feeding America: Cardinal Health employees, enterprise-wide, collect thousands of pounds of food each year for local food banks, pantries and soup kitchens, helping communities put food on the tables of those in need.
  • Wounded Warrior Project: Cardinal Health employees, customers and suppliers have raised more than $1 million in the last four years to help the Wounded Warrior Project ease the lives of returning veterans.