UnitedHealthcare and Hasbro donate Nerf items to get kids active

UnitedHealthcare has delivered 650 Nerf Energy Game Kits to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Pawtucket and Providence.

The limited release game, which tracks physical activity and rewards kids for being active, was donated as part of a national initiative between Hasbro and UnitedHealthcare.

The initiative was set up to help encourage young people to become more active through ‘exergaming’ with the help of Hasbro’s Nerf products.

Throughout 2017, UnitedHealthcare will also deliver a total of 10,000 Nerf Energy Game Kits to schools and community organisations across the country.

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