As of 2016, match eligibility was opened to nearly all nonprofits with the exception of religious and political organizations. That means in 2016, UnitedHealthcare employees contributed over $715,000, which in turn was matched with over $825,000 from the company.
The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation provides medical grants to children for medical services not covered or completely covered by commercial health benefit plans. This public nonprofit foundation is funded by contributions from UnitedHealth Group, UnitedHealthcare, and its employees, as well as the generosity of individuals and corporations.
Buffalo’s Westside Community Zone needed some help getting students and parents more involved. With our help, they increased attendance to evening, Saturday and parent center programs. We had our employees attend school events and other school-themed activities. We also provided door prizes like books, water bottles, movie passes, gift cards, field trips and more, totaling $5,000. We’re united. For good.
An open letter to the people of New York:
Pat Celli, CEO
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of New York
It’s a privilege to serve the people of New York. Our compassionate team is committed to helping New Yorkers live healthier lives. We work every day to support our members in every aspect of their lives – from major health events to everyday needs. At UnitedHealthcare, we’re creating a circle of support around each of our members. We’re putting their individual experience at the center of how we operate as a company. And we’re continuously transforming the way we work to become a true partner in their care.
United we can do more.
We will donate $0.25 (up to $5,000) to New York schools for every unique visit.
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