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FedEx CaresFedEx Cares, FedEx Corp.’s global community engagement program, announced today that 12 nonprofits will each receive a $50,000 USD grant in recognition of their work in advancing sustainable solutions to improve the environment.

As part of the Priority Earth Global Grant Program, FedEx team members reviewed a list of remarkable nonprofit organizations around the globe. Close to 3,000 employees participated, helping to select the two nonprofits from each of the six regions that will be awarded a $50,000 grant.

In total, FedEx is donating $600,000 toward sustainable solutions across these notable nonprofits: United States; Living Lands & Waters and Ocean Conservancy. Canada; The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, WWF – Canada. Europe; Rewilding Europe and The Ocean Cleanup. Latin America-Caribbean; Pronatura and SOS Mata Atlantica. Middle East, India, and South Africa; Solar Sister and United Way Mumbai. Asia Pacific; Arbor Day Foundation (APAC) and Gawad Kalinga.

“Our planet needs new solutions, innovation and technology to build a sustainable future,” said Mitch Jackson, Chief Sustainability Officer, FedEx Corporation. “This global grant program is an extension of our ongoing commitment to investing in NGOs making the world move more sustainably. Each of them are driving real change by developing sustainable solutions that will benefit the environment and our Earth – the address we all share.”

This Priority Earth Global Grant Program aligns with ongoing collaborations between FedEx and organizations that are leading the development of innovative solutions to address climate change, such as the Rocky Mountain Institute and World Resources Institute. It also builds on the company’s monetary pledge to Yale University to help establish the Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture.

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