Our way of celebrating successful business clients who make a difference in their communities

Established in 2018, the Community Heroes program honors Insperity® clients who serve as both business and philanthropic heroes within their respective communities. These companies and nonprofits enrich the places where their own employees work, live and play – reflecting Insperity’s own corporate mission to help businesses succeed so communities prosper.

Corepoint Health®’s legacy of engagement

At a glance

Organization: Corepoint Health

Location: Frisco, TX

Year founded: 1997

Year presented: 2019

Size: 50 - 149 employees

Field: Technology

The story

When Phil Guy retired from his role as Corepoint Health’s CEO, he left behind big shoes to fill. From 1997 to 2018, Guy, along with founder and CTO Dave Shaver, grew Corepoint Health from a small consultation and tool-making business with a few customers to a robust platform company.

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Ranger Steel® and the power of relationships

At a glance

Organization: Ranger Steel

Location: Houston, TX

Year founded: 1958

Year presented: 2018

Size: 3 - 30 employees

Field: Manufacturing

The story

For over 60 years, Ranger Steel® has endured the ups and downs of business cycles through consistently visionary and entrepreneurial leadership. Not only have they succeeded in an at-times volatile business environment, but they’ve also provided great jobs for hard-working employees through their locations nationwide.

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Hope Supply Co. drives change for homeless children

At a glance

Organization: Hope Supply Company

Location: TX, Dallas

Year founded: 1989

Year presented: 2019

Size: 3 - 30 employees

Field: Social Welfare Organization

The story

Given that dozens of other Dallas-area nonprofits actively seek to partner with Hope Supply Co. to address critical needs, the organization is making a tremendous difference while also making a name for itself.

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Inspiring business, community leadership

For the Community Heroes initiative, Insperity employees nominate worthy companies and organizations internally, based upon our working knowledge of what makes businesses both succeed and enrich communities. In other words, our Community Heroes recipients are true, exemplary models of both business and philanthropic success.

For-profit criteria:


Entrepreneurial excellence is demonstrated through passion, willingness to learn, openness to possibilities, risk-taking and the ability to get things done


We highlight creative, out-of-the-box thinkers who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty by making useful products or addressing community issues. These action-oriented problem solvers embrace change.

Job creation

A successful business supports its community through job creation and growth, contributing to a thriving economy.

Community creation

Insperity employees make all nominations for the Community Heroes program, based upon our deep knowledge of what makes businesses successful and communities prosperous.

Nonprofit criteria:


Stellar nonprofit clients address the challenges of our day head on, seeking to solve problems and build community through grassroots programs and initiatives.


In partnering with other nonprofits, businesses and agencies to work toward common goals, these organizations build fruitful, long-term relationships while making a difference daily in the communities they serve.

Missional impact

By working with defined goals, measurable objectives when implementing programs and services, these organizations produce clear results.

What previous recipients are saying

The people who truly deserve this are our employees. They’re my heroes. The fact that Insperity is honoring them . . . is extremely important to everyone. Darrell Jobe –Founder and CEO, Vericool®San Francisco, CA

At Insperity, we are committed to business success and community prosperity.

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