Hamburger Helper Grant Program for Local Communities

Posted on March 12, 2007

Hamburger Helper Announces Grant

Purpose: Hamburger Helper, a General Mills food brand, is looking to lend a "helping hand" to neighborhoods across the United States with its "My Hometown Helper" grant program.

Eligibility: Submit a written essay describing how the "My Hometown Helper" grant would help improve their community project. All requests for funding must be sponsored by a municipal or civic organization or public school.

Benefit: Applicants can request a one-time award of between $500 and $15,000 during any single month. The program will award "helping hand" grants each month Funds will be awarded based on the merit of the project

Deadline: online applications received through May 2007. Applications will be evaluated monthly.

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