UnitedHealthcare and Dreambuilders Foundation partner to donate shoes to foster children in New England
A $15,000 UnitedHealthcare grant helped Dreambuilders Foundation donate brand new shoes to foster children from Communities of People in New England.
UnitedHealthcare and Henry Hunters partnered together to donate brand new shoes to foster children from Communities of People in New England. The donation was funded by a $15,000 UnitedHealthcare grant to Dreambuilders Foundation to encourage children to live an active lifestyle and spend more time playing outdoors.
Hunter Henry, a tight end on the New England Patriots, Joe Leavey, President and Founder of Communities for People, and John Madondo, CEO of UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Massachusetts, attended a brief distribution event at Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts, where volunteers helped fit and distribute shoes to local children.
Dreambuilders Foundation is a non-profit organization that works with pro athletes across the country to help financially, physically and mentally challenged kids receive the items, opportunities and equipment they need to achieve their dreams. The foundation partners with grassroots children’s charities in each city to give them access to funding and support they would not otherwise receive. For more information, visit www.dreambuildersfoundation.com.
About Communities for People
For over 45 years Communities for People has remained a leader in community-based approaches to support children, youth and families in the state foster care system. The organization offers a wide range of impactful programs and services in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, including family support and preservation, treatment foster care and adoption support, and a variety of small residential and independent living programs for teens. For more information, visit https://www.communities-for-people.org.
For more information contact your UnitedHealthcare representative.