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Our story is one of adventure and perseverance. A story of hope and imagination. Powerful themes that resonate with our grant children and their families. They are also the same elements that guide the charitable mission of the UnitedHealthcare Childrens Foundation (UHCCF) and this book series. The book author and illustrator team of Meg Cadts and Samantha Fitch are the nom de plume of the visionary partnership between the UHCCF ofcers, volunteer staff, and their partner creative agency. For the 1st book, Meg Cadts was created as a pen name for the dedicated original UHCCF team of writers and contributors - represented by taking the rst letter of each of the eight-person teams rst name. Samantha Fitch, is a construct of the artists from Adventure Advertising who hand illustrated and painted the book. In the weeks and months ahead, more and more exciting content will be added to Oliver & Hopes Clubhouse online, including a downloadable or streaming audio recording of Oliver & Hopes Amusing Adventure narrated by Julie Nelson, Emmy award-winning anchor with Minnesotas largest NBC afliate. Visit Oliver & Hopes Clubhouse and Store at UHCCF.org for games, downloadable activities and other fun items. These books are so much more than a great story to share with children. They also offer the chance to help families overcome the challenges of a childs medical condition. The sale of these books will contribute to future UHCCF medical grants. Since being founded in 1999, UHCCF has awarded over 6,000 medical grants, totaling over $18 million.