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New Bronco Ja’Wuan James, UnitedHealthcare Donate New Bikes To Students
Colts’ Jack Doyle Throws Homeless Kids A Party
Chargers’ Hunter Henry Delivers New Shoes to Kids At The Boys & Girls Clubs
Titans' Byard Joins UnitedHealthcare In Delivering Distance Learning Kits
Tennessee Titans Pro Bowl Safety Kevin Byard joined volunteers from UnitedHealthcare to pack and distribute 100 distance learning kits for families in need served by Metro Nashville Public Schools.
Saints' Cam Jordan Donates Laptops To New Orleans Youth
Cam Jordan and UnitedHealthcare partnered to provide $25,000 worth of laptops to student participants of Pathways, a year-round workforce readiness program for system-involved youth provided by the Mayor’s Office of Youth & Families.
Cardinals' Corey Peters Teams With UHC To Provide Care Packages To Families
Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Corey Peters teamed up with UHC to provide care packages full of essential needs to 150 families at the South Point School District.
Raven's Calais Campbell Partners With Cohen & Dwin To Give Laptops To Students In Need
New Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Calais Campbell and his CRC Foundation have partnered with Baltimore law firm Cohen & Dwin to provide new laptops for 100 disadvantaged high school students they can successfully participate in distance learning during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Texans Cornerback Joins UnitedHealthcare In Providing $20,000 To Boys & Girls Clubs of Houston
Houston Texans cornerback Bradley Roby is partnering with UnitedHealthcare to provide $20,000 worth of food to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston to keep families fed during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Cowboys Sean Lee Gives $150,000 To COVID Relief in Metroplex
Dallas Cowboys defensive captain Sean Lee is teaming up with Albertsons, UnitedHealthcare and more to provide more than 50,000 meals for families through Boys and Girls Clubs in the DFW Metroplex.
Patriots All-Pro Stephon Gilmore Teams With UHC To Help GFamilies in Boston
Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore teamed up with UnitedHealthcare to donate $24,000 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston to help families in need during the COVID-19 crisis.
Ravens WR Willie Snead IV Helps Keep Families Fed In Baltimore
Ravens wide receiver Willie Snead IV has teamed up with UnitedHealthcare to provide meals to Baltimore families in need during COVID-19.