McDonald’s Awarding $15,000 in Grants to Benefit Local K-12 Students

Local Area McDonald’s are Awarding $15,000 in Grants to Benefit Local K-12 Students as a Part of its Inaugural Golden Grants Program

For the first time, the North Florida Operators Association will award student grants across the 26 counties in which it serves

Educators and individuals who represent programs and organizations that fuel the imagination, education and growth of students can apply for a North Florida Golden Grant. This is the first year for the North Florida Golden Grants program and is funded by the local McDonald’s Owner/Operators. The program will award $15,000 in grants to various teachers and organizations to positively impact the lives of thousands of students. This year, four Golden Grants will be awarded based on creativity, innovation, need and hands-on application of projects:

● Two - $5,000 grants

● Two - $2,500 grants

Activities that qualify for a Golden Grant include arts and crafts programs, education initiatives, mentorship and empowerment programs, after-school programs, community service outreach, sporting programs, technology and COVID-19 relief efforts. Activities and programs must be executed by May 31, 2021 in one of the 26 Greater North Florida/South Georgia counties listed on .

Eligible teachers and organizations are invited to submit an application at . The deadline to enter is Nov. 29, 2020 and grant recipients will be announced in January 2021.

For more information about Golden Grants and official rules, visit .

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