Hyderabad: Optum and UnitedHealthcare, part of UnitedHealth Group marked the ‘UHC Technology Day of service’ by collaborating with local non-profit organisations in India across Hyderabad, Gurgaon, Noida and in Philippines to make a difference in communities where they work and live.
More than 1200 employees in India and Philippines participated in various activities aimed at helping people live healthier lives, reduce health disparities and address the social determinants of health. These activities were undertaken in collaborating with “Akshaya Patra foundation” and “Bhagwan Buddha charitable Blood Bank”.
Over 6000 employees served with over 40 local charities and non-profit organizations in 4 countries and 37 states, company said.
Some of the key volunteer activities undertaken during the ‘UHC Technology day of service’ included:
Blood donation drive through Thalassemia and Sickle cell society Blood Bank and Bhagwan Buddha charitable Blood Bank, serving meal to 800 children through Akshaya Patra, counselling adolescent girls and women on health & hygiene, menstrual hygiene, Swachh Vidyalaya campaign through Akshaya Patra, school black board painting, post school hours, with Akshaya Patra, a wish tree for service staff in Delhi NCR aimed at granting a wish and planted 200 saplings in Noida
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