Parents, teachers and administrators across the country can nominate their school for a chance to win a grand prize grant worth $50,000 or one of six grants worth $25,000 through the Clorox Company’s fourth annual Power A Bright Future
Power A Bright Future
celebrates all activities, from academic to extracurricular, that help children grow and thrive. Clorox seeks nominations to help provide resources to school programs that give kids the opportunity to grow and develop.
The three categories – Play, Create, Explore – all focus on different aspects of educational experiences.
Even future engineers and poets need study breaks. Play
entries can focus on helping kids thrive outside the classroom through projects like building playgrounds or establishing sports and exercise-focused programs.
Curiosity and creativity can spark new passions for your children, as well as produce irreplaceable memories of times shared with friends creating their latest masterpieces. Nominations for the Create
category could include anything from an after-school music program to a photography program to a theater group.
Students learn by doing, seeing and working together. Sometimes this involves group activities, a few dirty hands and shared germs, but that’s all part of the learning process. Entries for the Explore
category should focus on helping kids thrive through opportunities like establishing a school recycling program, science club or a peer tutoring program.
To nominate a K-12 school program, visit www.powerabrightfuture.com
from now until October 17 and choose the category that best represents your idea (Play, Create or Explore). Then, upload a photo and a short summary of how the grant would make a difference.