UnitedHealth Group's two philanthropic foundations - the UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation and the United Health Foundation - are committed to helping people live healthier lives.
The UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation gives families somewhere to turn when they need medical assistance. Contributions come from UnitedHealth Group employees, and the generosity of others.
The United Health Foundation is passionate about improving the quality and cost-effectiveness of medical care, expanding access to health care services, nurturing a 21st-century health workforce and enhancing community well-being.
To learn more about United Health Foundation initiatives, visit Our Partners.
Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs
Senior Vice President
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UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual
Chief of Operations
Office of the Chief Executive
Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer
Chief Marketing Officer
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President, Population Health Solutions
UnitedHealthcare Community & State
Chief Marketing and Experience Officer
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Vice President, Grants and Programs
We nurture partnerships with key organizations and rely on their areas of health expertise to help allocate our funding. Organizations must be invited by the United Health Foundation to apply for grants, and must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, or a public agency/unit of government.
Activities ineligible for funding include capital campaigns, project planning grants, general operations, direct financial assistance to individuals, endowments, fundraising events or development campaigns, political causes, candidates or legislative lobbying efforts, recreational, sporting events or athletic associations, religious organizations for religious purposes, or basic or biomedical research.
If you have questions regarding our initiatives and grants, please explore our website, or contact us. Guidelines, deadlines or applications are not directly available through our website.
See also: 2016 Independent Auditors’ Report