Plymouth, IN - 1st Source Insurance, along with the Indiana Family & Social Services Administration and United Way of Marshall County invite local CEOs, CFOs, and HR Coordinators to attend an educational seminar and luncheon to learn more about HIP Link, Indiana’s health plan premium assistance program. The seminar is Thursday, June 16 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at Christos’ Banquet Center, located at 830 Lincolnway East, Plymouth, IN. Attendees must RSVP to 574.271.5200 by Monday, June 13.
Attendees will learn about HIP Link’s benefits for both employees and employers from speaker Kayla Hsu, HIP Link Outreach Coordinator.
HIP Link is a federally funded $4,000 Personal Wellness and Responsibility (POWER) account that can be used to pay health insurance premiums, deductibles, and co-pays while an employee is on the employer’s group health insurance plan. To qualify, you must be an Indiana resident between the ages of 19 and 64, meet income criteria and have access to your employer’s health insurance.
ABOUT 1ST SOURCE CORPORATION
1st Source Corporation, parent company of 1st Source Bank, has assets of $5.2 billion and is the largest locally controlled financial institution headquartered in the northern Indiana-southwestern Michigan area. The Corporation includes 80 banking centers, 22 1st Source Bank Specialty Finance Group locations nationwide, eight Trust and Wealth Management locations and ten 1st Source Insurance offices. For more than 150 years, 1st Source has been committed to the success of the communities it serves. For more information, visit www.1stsource.com.
ABOUT THE UNITED WAY OF MARSHALL COUNTY
For over 50 years, the United Way of Marshall County has continuously conducted annual fundraising campaigns in support of local health and human service not-for-profit organizations. The United Way has been the conduit for helping thousands of individuals, regardless of income level, contribute to a united community cause. United Way volunteers have spent millions of hours advocating for much needed programs and services that help build a stronger community and, as a result, the United Way has allocated more than $8 million to local agencies for everything from basic necessities like food to tutoring programs for youth to helping the elderly get to the doctor. The United Way of Marshall County remains committed to igniting the caring power of the human spirit to help meet the most basic needs of education, health and financial stability. Together we create a stronger future for Marshall County