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Clorox’s Power A Bright Future —which gives schools the opportunity to win grants

October 1, 2012


• Clorox’s Power A Bright Future —which gives schools the opportunity to win grants to help fund new or ongoing K-12 school programs and initiatives—is awarding seven grants totaling $200,000.

“Clorox recognizes the way teachers, parents and students communicate with each other changes, and that’s why we’re happy to help fund new ways to keep classrooms connected through the Power A Bright Future school grant program,” said Rita Gorenberg, PR manager, The Clorox Company. “As technology rapidly advances, it becomes even more important to help our schools maintain their ability to create and evolve these innovative programs.”

Nominations are being accepted through Oct. 17. Starting Nov. 5, the $50,000 grand prize and three $25,000 category grant winners will be determined via an online vote at www.PowerABrightFuture.com or voters can text their vote for the program they feel will make the biggest impact. Along with the four winners that will be determined by public vote, The Clorox Company will select three $25,000 Judge’s Pick grant winners based on merit. The final seven Power A Bright Future grant winners will be announced in late December 2012.

This is the fourth year of the program for Clorox.

More info: www.PowerABrightFuture.com
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