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Whole Kids Foundation Grants $33,000 to Young Entrepreneurs

Nonprofit Teams Up with Mikaila Ulmer and Other Teen Pioneers to Host Virtual Round Table for Business-minded Kids on October 3
Press Release

AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 17, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Today, Whole Kids Foundation unveiled the recipients of its first Young Entrepreneurs Pilot Grants aimed at supporting youth-led business programs that are improving the way kids eat through gardening, plant-forward cooking or nutrition education. The two grant recipients received a combined total of $33,000 from the foundation to help grow their programs.

Whole Kids Foundation Raises More Than $113,000 for 56 Educational Beehives to Schools Across the U.S., U.K. and Canada

Annual Give Bees a Chance campaign success brings pollinator education and beehives to 28,000 children at schools and nonprofits
Press Release

AUSTIN, Texas, July 9, 2019 /3BL Media/ — Today, Whole Kids Foundation announced that it raised more than $113,000 to fund 56 new bee grants through the 2019 Give Bees a Chance campaign during June’s National Pollinator Month. The monthlong fundraising effort supported the organization’s Bee Grant Program, which provides schools and nonprofits with beehives to help kids understand the important role bees play in our food system.

Weleda & Whole Foods Market Partner to Support School Gardens in NY, NJ & CT

Travel Kits worth $25 to sell for $5 - all proceeds benefit Whole Kids Foundation

Weleda, Europe’s leading skincare brand and Whole Foods Market, America’s healthiest store, have aligned their values to offer a travel kit of skin and body care products worth $25 for only $5. All proceeds from the sale of the kits will benefit Whole Kids Foundation - specifically school gardens in the three participating states - NY, NJ, CT.

50 New School Beehives Funded by Whole Kids Foundation® and The Bee Cause Project

25,000 kids introduced to importance of bees and pollination
Press Release

AUSTIN, Texas, April 4, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Today, Whole Kids Foundation and The Bee Cause Project announced 50 new school beehive grant recipients. The recipients cover 34 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces, providing educational opportunities around biology, agriculture, ecology, nutrition and business for 25,000 students.

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