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Sunday, April 22, 2018

Pack the House

Chase Field
"Do Good. Live Well." and the Arizona Diamondbacks are teaming up for the second of three projects this year to support Kitchen on the Street’s Bags of Hope program which feeds more than 900 children in the Phoenix area each weekend. For the sixth consecutive season we’re going to "Pack the House" and provide 49,000 meals to hungry kids in Phoenix.

Monday & Tuesday, April 16-17, 2018

1st Stop on the 2018 Team8 Tour!

Samuel Gompers Middle School - Los Angeles
The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, UnitedHealthcare and CBS EcoMedia kicked off the Team8 Tour with a two-day stop at Samuel Gompers Middle School in Watts, Los Angeles.  The visit was themed around supporting the school in their efforts to be a safe haven for their students and a resource for their community. On Monday, April 16, volunteers assisted in making upgrades to the existing dance studio, improved the outdoor garden area, and provided upgrades to the locker room and weight room. The following day, volunteers unveiled the updated fitness spaces and host a fitness clinic and healthy dinner for students. The Team8 Tour is a national campaign aimed at encouraging young people across the country to make healthy choices, build character and learn critical life lessons that will inspire them to be catalysts for positive social change. Learn more at

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Bringing Play to South Houston Elementary

South Houston, Texas
"We're competing with technology and I'm afraid that before too long everything will be like the movie WALL-E." -Coach Blanco, PE Teacher, South Houston Elementary   As part of our ongoing effort to build healthier communities and decrease the incidence of obesity, "Do Good. Live Well." has once again partnering with KaBOOM! to build a playground build together - the 26th playground we've built since 2010! In the fall of 2017 South Houston Elementary and many of its students were affected by Hurricane Harvey. In fact, it took the school seven months until they were able to use their gym, because Harvey's flooding damaged the wood floor. With the helping hands of our volunteers, we built a playground in one day.

Friday, March 23, 2018

Annual Packing Project with the Orlando Magic

Amway Center
For the sixth consecutive year we packed High-Five Kids Packs for Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida with the Orlando Magic. Over the years we've helped provide more than 63,000 nutritious meals to underserved children who do not have access to school cafeterias during the weekend.

Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018

Pack the House at Fan Fest

Salt River Fields
As part of our mission to fight hunger, we've teamed up with the Arizona Diamondbacks for the sixth consecutive year to Pack the House and provide 49,000 meals for Kitchen on the Street - that's one meal for each seat at Chase Field. On Saturday, Feb. 17, our volunteers helped us  feed hungry kids in the Valley by packing Bags of Hope at the Salt River Fields before D-backs Fan Fest. During this project alone, we packed 11,000 meals!

Thursday & Friday, Dec. 7-8, 2017

2017 Team8 Tour – Stop #8

L.G. Pinkston High School - Dallas
The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, UnitedHealthcare and CBS EcoMedia made the eighth and final stop of the 2017 Team8 Tour at L.G. Pinkston High School. The stop focused on the school’s needs for increased sports and fitness opportunities and access to nutrition. On Thursday, Dec. 7, volunteers organized new sporting equipment, improved the outdoor track area, and provided upgrades to the locker room, weight room and batting cages. The following day, volunteers unveiled the updated fitness spaces and hosted a fitness clinic and healthy dinner for students. The Team8 Tour is a national campaign aimed at encouraging young people across the country to make healthy choices, build character and learn critical life lessons that will inspire them to be catalysts for positive social change.

Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017

Our 25th KaBOOM! Playground

Clarence Fort Freedom Trail - Tampa, Fla.
More than 200 volunteers from UnitedHealthcare, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department, organizers from KaBOOM! and the community joined forces to give area kids the childhood they deserve by building a new playground at Rainbow Heights Park. The playground’s design is based on children’s drawings created at a special design event in October.

Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017

Imagination Playground Unveiling

Salt Lake City
As part of our ongoing effort to Build Healthier Communities and decrease obesity, "Do Good. Live Well." teamed up with KaBOOM! to give an Imagination Playground to Utah Community Action. An Imagination Playground is a mobile play system made up of big, blue blocks which come in many unique shapes and sizes and has a dual ability to provide physical play as well as STEM learning component. More than 1,000 children who are enrolled in Utah Community Action's Head Start program will get to use the Imagination Playground each year! Volunteers worked on some organization projects at the James R. Russell Head Start facility, in addition to helping out in the Head Start classrooms. This volunteer project concluded with the unveiling of the new Imagination Playground, when the kids had their first opportunity to play with it!

Nov. 12-18, 2017

Do Good Week

UnitedHealthcare’s “Do Good. Live Well.” volunteer initiative encouraged the public to participate in the second annual Do Good Week, dedicated to promoting all things good. The week-long social media and community service campaign ran from Nov. 12 - 18, 2017. In its inaugural year, more than 6.5 million people were reached with the hashtag #DoGoodWeek. The goal of the campaign was to change the conversation, for just one week, to something positive. This year we went a step further and are encouraged participants to take action to inspire a movement. During Do Good Week, the public was encouraged to commit to doing something good, and then use social media and the hashtag #DoGoodWeek to share their story. This was an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate kindness and positive news across the country, including volunteerism, random acts of kindness, paying it forward and much more. For more information about Do Good Week, go to or follow @DoGoodLiveWell on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017

Do Good Week – Notes to Seniors

This year during the second annual Do Good Week, Nov. 12- 18, we went a step further. For three days in Miami, "Do Good. Live Well." promoted random acts of kindness and volunteering throughout the city. UnitedHealthcare employees and the public were invited to join us as we created compassion, spread kindness and promoted the positive! To brighten the day of area seniors, volunteers wrote cheerful notes that were delivered to senior centers and housing complexes.
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