UnitedHealthCare Foundation Helping Families Raise Funds for Medical Needs

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UnitedHealthCare Foundation (UHCCF) has collected knock-knock jokes and riddles for two new joke books available today, on World Smile Day to not only provide laughter and smiles to their faces, but also help fund child medical grants for families in need. Proceeds from the joke books fund medical grants for children for their medical expenses that are not covered, or fully covered by commercial medical insurance.


The two books include more than 350 jokes and 500 riddles written by kids. The books are Little Book-Big Laughs Riddle Book and Little Book-Big Laughs Knock Knock Jokes.(#UHCCFjokes )The books are perfect for children ages 4 to 12, but can entertain and be enjoyed by people of all ages. Since 2007 UHCCF has funded more than 10,000 medical grants bringing the total tomore than $29 million.


“The inspiration behind these books is to bring smiles and laughter to children, whether in a hospital, in the car or just hanging out with friends and family,” said UHCCF President Matt Peterson. “Earlier this month, we awarded our 10,000th medical grant, and the proceeds from these books will help us further our mission of helping thousands’ more families in the years ahead.”

On April Fools Day 2014 the first Little Book Big Laughs joke book was released and was a Mom’s Choice Gold Award recipient for juvenile books. The book was very successful which drove the idea to create two more books for a joke book series.

UHCCF publishes and sells the award-winning Oliver & Hope’s storybooks as well as other child toys and products. UHCCF added two ore fun characters to the Oliver & Hope series such as Charlotte the fox and Hugo the dragon. Proceeds from the books and toys will help fund the UHCCF child medical grants. All these products can be found on Amazon.

The “Little Book – Big Laughs” books are available at Amazon.com for $5.99 each.

For more information about UHCCF, visit www.UHCCF.org.

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