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UNITED STATES: AIDS United Receives $25,000 Grant from Walgreens


San Diego Gay & Lesbian News (07.23.2013) Aids Weekly Plus

Walgreens Pharmacy has selected AIDS United as its “charity of choice” to receive a $25,000 contribution from UnitedHealthcare. Walgreens recently received UnitedHealthcare’s third annual “Shining Light: Leadership in Corporate Social Responsibility” Award, which included the $25,000 donation to be given to the recipient’s charity of choice. UnitedHealthcare selected Walgreens for its “HIV Centers of Excellence” program, which created more than 700 HIV-specialized pharmacies that brought together patients, healthcare providers, communities, and health departments across the United States and Puerto Rico.


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