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?
Create Your Account
Create your account online or through the app:
- Visit https://roundup.uhccf.org/ to create your account.
Just fill in your name, 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 company 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 from your personal device. You will be prompted to create an account. Then simply select UHCCF as your chosen organization.
SIGN UP HERE
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 on your purchases, and making donations on your behalf.
Make an Impact
Each transaction you make with an authorized card will be “rounded up” to the next dollar, and the rounded amount donated every month to UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation.
Still Have Questions?
Learn more from RoundUp about their service by visiting their FAQs page.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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? Your company may have a similar donation matching program in place! Find out.
Your Change Will Help More Children Like UHCCF Grant Recipient Tamsin
Tamsin is one happy girl despite conditions that once made it impossible for her to walk and jump 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.