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Do it Best Foundation to Distribute Grants in Support of Local Communities

Do it Best Corp. recently announced the launch of the Do it Best Foundation to distribute grants to organizations that align with its giving pillars and generate the biggest impact in their communities to help them be great places to live, work and play.

“Do it Best has a long tradition of supporting local causes and agencies that are committed to serving the needs of others,” says Dan Starr, president and CEO of Do it Best Corp. “We have been inspired to take that commitment to the next level with the formation of the Do it Best Foundation, where we look forward to offering even more support to community organizations and initiatives.”

The new foundation will focus on four key areas for its charitable giving:

  • Health and wellness: Ensuring there are adequate resources to support the growth of healthy families.
  • Youth enrichment: Encouraging developmental, educational and extracurricular activities to strengthen the minds and bodies of children and prepare them for successful futures.
  • The arts: Supporting vibrant culture displayed through creativity.
  • The community: Developing stronger connections among our citizens and building a greater appreciation for what makes our neighborhoods and towns unique and worth preserving.

A committee is being created to review requests for funding. For more information on submitting a grant application, or to make a financial gift of support, visit doitbestfoundation.org.

About Melanie Moul

Melanie Moul
Melanie is the managing editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. She worked in central Pennsylvania for several years after college and returned to the Hoosier State in late 2016 to join the NRHA team. In her spare time, she enjoys testing new recipes and watching online makeup tutorials. She and her husband are raising their son and two fur children in Indianapolis.

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