Local nonprofit gets McDonald’s grant
Glendale Healthy Kids has been awarded a $10,000 grant from Ronald McDonald Charities of Southern California to fund hygiene supplies and educational materials.
The nonprofit’s Educational Project was established to address dental education, asthma awareness and preventive measures for diabetes and obesity among school children from preschool to first grade. Parents learn tips alongside their students as part of the program. The Ronald McDonald Charities of Southern California Community Grants Board, in announcing the funding, said the allotment was made based on its standing criteria to assist in health care, education, creative arts and social interests for children.