Next Move Shelter in Sacramento Receives Easter Baskets Packed with Goodies for Children Ages 4-12

  • Community leaders, volunteers and UnitedHealthcare employees
    help assemble and distribute baskets in time for Easter celebrations
  • Next Move shelter one of nine nonprofits statewide to receive
    Easter baskets from UnitedHealthcare

SACRAMENTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–UnitedHealthcare employees and local volunteers delivered about 120
Easter baskets today to children and families at Next Move in Sacramento.

Next Move in Sacramento, which offers emergency, transitional and
permanent housing, along with children’s services programs, is one of
only two shelters in the greater Sacramento area that allows the entire
family to stay together in one room.

More than 1,500 Easter baskets are being delivered by UnitedHealthcare
employees and local volunteers this week to children at nine nonprofit
organizations across California, including the Boys & Girls Clubs
located in Sacramento and Tracy.

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Matt Rodriguez, 714-252-0479