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Food insecurity above U.S. average

Hunger knows no boundaries. Click on a state to see hunger and health statistics and corresponding volunteer projects.

e.g., environment or mentoring

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Sacking Hunger with the Miami Dolphins

On Wednesday, Feb. 10 two dozen UnitedHealthcare employees were joined by Miami Dolphins players Earl Mitchell, Kelvin Sheppard and Jordan Phillips, to volunteer at a Feeding South Florida mobile pantry. The volunteer project celebrated the end of the third year of the “Sack Hunger” campaign, where UnitedHealthcare donates meals to Feeding South Florida for each […]


Play Time

In a culture that has become increasingly focused on academic achievement and success, play has been sidelined. Recess hours have been cut in favor of more teaching time in order to improve performance on standardized tests and many physical education programs have been cut because of funding. With the absence of play we have seen […]


School Garden

Once upon a time a produce garden was planted at an elementary school. Then another one. And another one. Produce grew in these gardens and in time, it was harvested, feeding the school’s students and broadening their horizons into healthy eating options. As word spread of their success the idea gained in popularity. Having an […]


Volunteering is Good for You

There’s a little known secret that volunteers know well: volunteering is good for you. UnitedHealth Group and the Optum Institute released the Doing Good is Good for You: 2013 Health and Volunteering Study which reveals that U.S. adults who volunteer report that they feel better, both physically and emotionally than adults who don’t volunteer. The […]

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