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Mazda Foundation (USA), Inc. Awards Grants to Alleviate Hunger and Create Education and Workforce Opportunities in Underserved Communities Across the U.S.

February 15, 2024

IRVINE, Calif.Feb. 15, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Trustees of the Mazda Foundation (USA) Inc., has awarded funding for seven programs this year, renewing the organization’s commitment to addressing food insecurity and some of its many root causes, particularly equitable access to education and job opportunities. In total, the Mazda Foundation awarded over $500,000 to organizations across the United States.

“The awards we’re announcing today will bring food security, STEM learning opportunities, and job skills to more people than we’ve ever served before,” said Tamara Mlynarczyk, manager of public affairs for Mazda North American Operations and president of the Mazda Foundation (USA), Inc. “We are very proud of the partnerships we’ve built, and thrilled to be able to deepen them in 2024.”

The Mazda Foundation’s partnerships continue to serve increasing numbers of people across several major metropolitan areas throughout the United States, with funding concentrated in Southern California, the greater Huntsville, AL, area, and the greater Baltimore, MD, area.

Read the full press release here.