Change For Kids
What is RoundUp?
Your spare change can make a big difference in the life of a child. The RoundUp App makes it easy to securely round your everyday purchases to the next dollar for the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation. Follow the three easy steps below to get started and help provide medical grants for children around the country.
How Does It Work?
1) Create Your Account
Create your account online or through the app (please use a personal device to enroll – phone, iPad, or PC)
- Visit https://roundup.app/p/uhccf to create your account.
Just fill in your name, work email address and a password of your choosing and you’re all set.If you are a UnitedHealth Group, UnitedHealthcare, or Optum employee, please use your work email when registering to double your dollars. Eligible donations will be matched by the United Health Foundation to help further your impact.
- Or download the RoundUp app through Apple or GooglePlay. You will then be prompted to create an account. Then simply select UHCCF as the organization of your choice.
2) Link Your Cards and Bank
Connect your credit or debit cards (you can link more than one) to the app and securely authorize RoundUp to start rounding up your change for kids.
3) Make an Impact
The extra change from each transaction you make will be “rounded up” and donated every month to UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation.
Still Have Questions?
Want to Double Your Dollars?
- UHG Employees simply reply “yes!” to an email once per month and UHCCF will submit for the UnitedHealth Foundation match on your behalf.
- Not a UHG employee? Click here to see if your company will match your donation: https://doublethedonation.com/uhccf and how to obtain the match.
Your Change Will Help More Children Like UHCCF Grant Recipient Tamsin!
When the autumn leaves begin falling, little Tamsin is one happy girl. Fall is her favorite season and she’s always eager to pitch in raking the yard. Maybe that’s because she has so much fun jumping into the leaf piles afterwards! Tamsin has conditions that once made it impossible for her to walk and jump in the leaves on her own. One of the most beneficial treatments she received was aquatic physical therapy, made possible by her UHCCF grant. It gave Tamsin the strength, balance and confidence she needed to take her first step.