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UnitedHealthcare asks CNY small businesses to apply for $10K in funding for health and wellness projects

UnitedHealthcare operates an office at 2425 James St. in Syracuse. The health insurer is offering small businesses in Central New York the chance to apply for $10,000 in funding for projects that seek to improve community health and wellness. (Eric Reinhardt / BJNN)

UnitedHealthcare is offering Central New York small businesses the chance to pursue $10,000 in funding for projects to improve community health and wellness.

UnitedHealthcare, CenterState CEO, and the United Way of Central New York are partnering to support small businesses with “innovative” ideas through the Community Care Award program.

Businesses in Central New York with two to 100 employees can submit project ideas for enhancing their communities’ health and wellness through June 12. The application “takes just a few minutes to fill out,” the health insurer said.

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Judges will select five finalists out of the pool of eligible applications based on such criteria as community impact, creativity, and feasibility.

The finalists will be invited to a “live” pitch and networking event at the end of June, where a winner will be selected to receive the grand prize.

Interested participants can submit their ideas at: www.uhc.com/CommunityCareNY

UnitedHealthcare, a business segment of Minnetonka, Minnesota–based UnitedHealth Group Inc. (NYSE: UNH), operates offices in Syracuse and DeWitt.

Contact Reinhardt at ereinhardt@cnybj.com

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