The Discover the Real West Virginia Foundation, Inc., is a private, non-profit 501(c) 3 organization with more than two decades of success diversifying West Virginia’s economy and providing West Virginia businesses with the resources they need to grow and succeed in today’s global economy.
|Featured Donors||We would like to thank the following companies for their recent support of the Foundation and its efforts to build a stronger, more diversified economy for West Virginia!|
|The Health Plan is a clinically-driven, technology-enhanced, and customer-focused health maintenance organization that manages and improves the health and well-being of its members. Established in 1979, the West Virginia-based company, with offices in Wheeling, Charleston and Morgantown, West Virginia and Massillon, Ohio has offered a complete line of managed care products and services designed to provide health care systems and clients with innovative health care benefits and plans at a reasonable cost across the mid-Atlantic region and nationally.|
|Blue Racer Midstream is a 50/50 joint venture formed in December 2012 by Caiman Energy II and Dominion Energy to own, operate, develop and acquire midstream assets in the Utica Shale and certain adjacent areas in the Marcellus Shale. Blue Racer provides natural gas gathering, compression, dehydrating, treating, processing and transportation services and NGL fractionation, transportation and marketing services. Blue Racer’s assets, which consist primarily of gathering pipelines, processing plants, fractionators and related equipment, form an interconnected midstream “Super System,” capable of gathering and processing natural gas, fractionating NGLs and redelivering residue gas and purity NGL products at multiple locations, regardless of where the natural gas or NGLs are received from its producer-customers.|
|IBM Public Service provides innovative solutions to help the government solve their greatest challenges. IBM adds value through a broad portfolio of capabilities, products, cutting edge solutions and industry expertise to help federal, state, and local agencies achieve their mission. IBM’s primary West Virginia operations are located in Mineral County.|