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UnitedHealthcare and Dallas Cowboys Linebacker Sean Lee Team Up to Give Back to Boys & Girls Clubs in Fort Worth

Dallas Cowboys Linebacker Sean Lee recently delighted children with an appearance at the Las Vegas Trails Boys & Girls Clubs after school program at the Cambridge Court Apartments in Fort Worth. Thanks to a generous donation from UnitedHealthcare, he passed out new shoes, clothing and household necessities to the kids as he shared football tips.

Lee was joined by Scott Flannery, CEO, UnitedHealthcare of North Texas and Oklahoma, and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price as they presented a grant from UnitedHealthcare to Sean Lee’s Dreambuilders Foundation.

Daphne Stigliano, President and CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County, said the grant will be used to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tarrant County’s after school programs. Fort Worth City Council Member Brian Byrd, whose council district includes the Cambridge Court Apartments, was also in attendance. 

Pictured (l-to-r): Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County President & CEO Daphne Stigliano, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, UnitedHealthcare of North Texas & Oklahoma CEO Scott Flannery, Dallas Cowboys Linebacker Sean Lee and Fort Worth City Council Member Brian Byrd

UnitedHealthcare and City of Plano Host Inaugural Plano Families First Fall Fair

UnitedHealthcare was the title sponsor of the inaugural Plano Families First Fall Fair on Oct. 6. The City of Plano welcomed approximately 5,000 children and adults – many who lined up hours before the doors opened – to receive free school supplies, health and dental screenings, eye exams and eyeglasses, flu shots and much more.

Free and open to families who reside in Plano or attend Plano schools, the colorful fair offered attendees free bicycle helmets, CPR training, community resources, career training, puppet shows and giveaways.

UnitedHealthcare provided fairgoers with healthy snacks.

Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere (center, front), founded the event to strengthen Plano families in need.

UnitedHealthcare and the Dallas Cowboys Host a One-Day Camp for Salvation Army Youth Education Town Students

UnitedHealthcare teamed up with the Dallas Cowboys recently to host a fun-filled day at AT&T Stadium for more than 100 children, ages 5-12, who are involved with the Salvation Army’s North Texas Youth Education Town (YET) center.

YET provides educational, athletic and arts programs, in addition to other services, for North Texas families in need. Volunteers and staff help children improve their communication skills, increase graduation rates and inspire youth to reach their full potential.

Volunteers coached kids through football drills and plays.

UnitedHealthcare volunteers helped prepare and serve healthy snacks, such as berries, yogurt and pretzels.