The hospitals in the Johns Hopkins Health System are best known for the medical care delivered inside their buildings. But each of these hospitals is also attuned to the needs of the community outside its walls. Indeed, throughout the year these hospitals are involved in a host of activities that make life better for the people in the areas they serve. That ranges from free blood-pressure screenings and community-based clinics to educational offerings for seniors and young people. Tens of thousands of patients who are unable to pay for medical services benefit from the charity care delivered by the Johns Hopkins Health System. These reports provide an overview of these activities.