Connecting Kids with Medical Grants - UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation
Children listen to Oliver & Hope book reading
Pictures courtesy of Ivy Hill Daisy Troop 45105, 2017


Girl Scout Gold Award Candidate, Launches Connecting Kids with Medical Grants Program

Connecting Kids with Medical Grants initiative to enable happy, healthier kids has been created by Rachelle, Girl Scout Gold Award* candidate.  This initiative seeks to reach parents of kids in need of medical care by raising awareness of UHCCF grants and Oliver and Hope® books and materials that help fund the grants. Plan to participate with your group today!Volunteer

Participating is as simple as 1 – 2 – 3. 

  1. Sign a pledge to share the UHCCF mission with an order of one or more Oliver and Hope books and UHCCF medical grant brochures.
  2. Schedule a visit with a local daycare or elementary age children to read to the children and share grant brochures with their parents.
  3. Share your experience by completing a post-visit survey and posting pictures of the event with appropriate parent permission on this web page, UHCCF Facebook page, Girl Scout Facebook page or your own social media pages.

Help children by increasing medical grant funds through Oliver and Hope book sales and promoting increased grant applications. A child in your community may be in need of a medical grant!

Interested in Sponsoring an Event?:

View a Calendar of featured events to learn more about the different ways to partner with UHCCF.

Looking for a Corporate Volunteering Opportunity?:

There’s no better way to team-build than by assembling your organization to take part in one of our events, like Connecting Kids with Medical Grants project. Our volunteers have fun and walk away with a truly memorable experience that impacts lives.  In addition to this event, check out other corporate opportunities.

*The Girl Scout Gold Award represents the highest achievement in Girl Scouting, recognizing girls who demonstrate extraordinary leadership through remarkable Take Action projects that have sustainable impact in their communities-and beyond.

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