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Feeding WI Transcript

A group of workers stand in a warehouse and dig through a bin of corn. Upbeat music plays.

From a close-up view, a woman picks up corn from the bin and speaks.

WOMAN: How we doing?

A close-up view shows red apples.

A group of workers converse as they pick up and inspect apples.

WOMAN: Ooh, this is--look at the size of this baby.

A close-up shot shows pears in a container. A blue banner with white text appears at the bottom of the screen.

ON SCREEN TEXT:             650,000 are affected by food

                                                insecurity in Wisconsin.

A woman speaks as she holds corn.

WOMAN: They look good.

Workers gather around bins of apples sitting on a conveyor belt. A blue banner with white text appears at the bottom of the screen. A woman speaks.

ON SCREEN TEXT:             Recently, more than a hundred UnitedHealthcare

                                                employees volunteered at Feeding Wisconsin.

WOMAN: I'm grabbing more and more.

Dr. Nicole Cooper stands in the warehouse and speaks to the camera. A blue banner with white text appears at the bottom of the screen.

WOMAN: At UnitedHealthcare, we believe we have a role to play in society and helping to ensure that there's more access to those vital societal resources.

ON SCREEN TEXT:             Dr. Nicole Cooper

                                                Senior Director of Social Responsibility at UnitedHealthcare

A group of workers dig through a cardboard container of apples. A blue banner containing white text appears at the bottom of the screen.

ON SCREEN TEXT:             UnitedHealthcare donated $700,000

                                                in 2018 to Feeding Wisconsin to help

                                                fight food insecurity.

David Lee stands in the warehouse and speaks to the camera. A blue banner with white text appears at the bottom of the screen.

MAN: With these grant dollars, we're actually buying new coolers for 50 of our pantries, but then also doing some light infrastructure upgrades at pantries throughout the state so that they can actually be on the grid and be able to safely store and distribute all this great product.

ON SCREEN TEXT:             David Lee

                                                Executive Director of Feeding Wisconsin

Workers sift through bins of apples and corn.

A group of workers stand in front of a large truck promoting Feed My People. The workers cheer as a blue banner containing white text appears at the bottom of the screen.

ON SCREEN TEXT:             Helping serve all those in need across

                                                72 counties in Wisconsin.

The United Healthcare logo appears on a white background before the screen fades to black.

ON SCREEN TEXT:             UnitedHealthcare