“Community is a shared sense of belonging, a shared sense of inclusion and a shared sense that we are all in it together.”
– Phil McKoy, Chief Information Officer, Optum, CEO, Rally Health
Following George Floyd’s tragic killing and the historic civil unrest that followed, UnitedHealth Group announced commitments to help Minneapolis-St. Paul businesses rebuild, and fund efforts to advance equity and inclusivity in the Twin Cities community. As part of those ongoing efforts, UnitedHealth Group announced grant partnerships with local nonprofit organizations:
What Drives Us
UnitedHealth Group’s unprecedented efforts to help rebuild the Twin Cities and advance inclusivity is in keeping with our mission to help people live healthier lives and to help make the health system work better for everyone. For more than two decades UnitedHealth Group has led efforts to identify, address, monitor and eliminate health disparities and help create a more equitable society for the people we serve.
Follow Our Journey
Learn how we are making a difference. Read updates on our efforts to help rebuild and restore the health of the Twin Cities and advance health equity for all.
A $1 million grant to Minnesota Community Care supports the use of mobile health teams and school-based clinics to serve underserved youth in St. Paul with primary care, mental health support, social work services and pharmacy services during the pandemic, among several other programs.
Interested in Volunteering?
There are volunteer opportunities available for UnitedHealth Group employees to give back to the Twin Cities in many meaningful ways. Not a UnitedHealth Group Employee? Inquire directly with the organizations to find ways to volunteer.
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Watch this video and learn more about the United Health Group's $1 million grant that is helping Minnesota Community Care support the health and wellness needs of underserved youth in Saint Paul. @UnitedHealthGrp #HealthForAll #studentwellness pic.twitter.com/akfN3sdtNO— Minnesota Community Care (@MNCommunityCare) May 11, 2021
Thanks to support from @UnitedHealthGrp, the Northside Partners for Food Delivery Program has expanded to serve 300 families. We're honored to work with so many great community partners: @NAZMpls, @NorthPointMpls, @afcmn, @mn_kitchen and @Humanity_Ally. pic.twitter.com/nVxAWEEfph— Second Harvest Heartland (@2harvest) March 4, 2021