Orange County and Los Angeles County Nonprofits Receive 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
  • Boys & Girls Club of Cypress and Olive Crest in Bellflower among
    nine nonprofits statewide to receive Easter baskets from

CYPRESS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–UnitedHealthcare employees and local volunteers delivered more than 200
Easter baskets today to children and families at the Boys & Girls Club
of Cypress and the Olive Crest foster care agency in Bellflower, which
offers a broad spectrum of care for abused, neglected and at-risk
children and their families.

The donations are part of more than 1,500 Easter baskets that are being
delivered by UnitedHealthcare employees and local volunteers this week
to children at nine nonprofit organizations across California.

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Matt Rodriguez, 714-252-0479