Girls Scouts of Hawaii benefit from Monsanto grant

Girls Scouts of Hawaii (GSH) are the proud recipients of a $20,000 grant from the Monsanto Fund. The needed funds will be used for GSH’s After School Leadership program.

 

Monsanto grant helps cultivate a garden, life-long learning

This school year, students at Maui Waena Intermediate School’s Technology Club (Falcon Entertainment & Engineering) will have access to a “living laboratory,” thanks to a $10,000 grant by The Monsanto Fund which will help to restore and maintain an on-campus greenhouse for a life-learning garden project.

 

Monsanto Hawaii Employees Help Feed Oahu’s Houseless Residents

Monsanto employees on Oahu volunteered with the Pacific Justice and Reconciliation Center to serve food to houseless people in Waianae and Keeau.

 

Monsanto Hawaii helps Feed My Sheep

Throughout the year, Feed My Sheep, a unique mobile food distribution program, delivers meals to neighborhoods across Maui to those in need. Recently, the Monsanto Fund awarded a $10,000 grant to help support their humanitarian efforts.

 

United Way nonprofits receive $32,450 in grants from the Monsanto Fund

United Way agencies and other nonprofits on Oahu, Maui, and Molokai collectively received $32,450 from the Monsanto Fund as part of the philanthropic organization’s annual gift to communities across the country.

 

Monsanto Fund grant empowers students in real world science

A $10,000 grant by the Monsanto Fund will enable students at Lahainaluna High School to conduct real-world molecular biology research.

 

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