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Employees of BCBSWY Care about Kids

CHEYENNE – Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming employees continue the company’s tradition of community giving when they pack up gifts they’ve donated for 100 local children on Friday, Dec. 4, at the company’s headquarters at 4000 House Avenue.

For seven years, BCBSWY employees have volunteered to purchase and wrap gifts from the wish lists of students in Laramie County School District (LCSD) #1. The identities of the students are unknown to the employees, making gift shopping a fun adventure. The program is coordinated between the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming Employee Benefit Association and representatives at LCSD #1 who assist with gift distribution.

“At Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming, our employees have a long history of donating their time and resources to help people and families,” said Wendy Curran, BCBSWY Vice President and company spokesperson. “The Christmas gift program is one of the most popular ways our employees give. When you see the outpouring of gifts, you quickly appreciate just how much care and thought goes into this program. We’re delighted to help bring the magic of the holidays to local children.”

About Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming (BCBSWY), a not-for-profit health insurer and an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, provides access to high-quality healthcare coverage, services, and programs to help our members make the best healthcare decisions and get the best care. With 9 locations across Wyoming, we provide hometown service to residents and businesses while serving people and charitable organizations in communities around the state. Learn more about us at


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