Kubota’s grant program returns to award $600K to local communities

By |  March 21, 2024 0 Comments
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In its fourth annual contest, Kubota Tractor Corporation announced the return of the Kubota Hometown Proud grant program, hoping to support local customers, dealers and communities.

Starting in 2021, the program allows Kubota to provide support for community projects across the country and integrate its dealer network.

Accepting applications until April 12, 2024, Kubota will select 20 winners – two from each of Kubota’s ten operating districts. Following a public voting campaign online in August, each district winner will receive a $50,000 grant, while 10 district runners-up will receive $10,000.

“We are excited to announce the fourth year of the Kubota Hometown Proud grant program, which exemplifies Kubota’s goal of staying deeply rooted in community support for our dealers, our customers and our employees,” said Todd Stucke, president of Kubota Tractor Corporation. “Kubota is laying the groundwork for a better future and it all starts with giving back to communities in need.”

Kubota encourages all different types of community projects, from public spaces to food banks, to apply.

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