The grants, which fund initiatives benefiting nearly 19 million people worldwide, empower community organizations to promote fitness, advance good nutrition, conserve water, increase recycling, protect nature, educate students and support schools. The grants direct resources toward the Foundation’s global priority areas, including:
• $2.6 million for water stewardship;
• $625,000 for community recycling;
• $2.1 million for active, healthy living;
• $2.5 for education; and
• $755,000 for other local priorities, such as youth development, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, economic development, community improvement and environmental responsibility.
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Wanda Rodwell is Communications Director of Global Community Connections at The