Nissan Looking for New 2015 Grantees for Nissan Foundation

Twelve years ago, Nissan created the Nissan Foundation to create support programs that help educate people about the value of culture diversity in America. Now, Nissan is looking to continue its commitment to diversity education by inviting nonprofit organizations that promote culture diversity to apply to be the next 2015 Nissan Foundation grantees.

These possible new 2015 grantees must be located in Southern California, North Central Texas, Middle Tennessee, Central Mississippi, Eastern Michigan, and the New York and Atlanta Metro areas. They also must be at least three years old. If your organization happens to fit within this demographic, you can submit Letters of Intent by Friday, November 21, 2014.

“The Nissan Foundation is committed to enriching people’s lives in places where Nissan operates,” said Vicki Smith, executive director of the Nissan Foundation. “We want to work with nonprofit partners that are developing innovative, relevant programs—ones that help people to have a greater respect for the benefits that come from living and working together in a diverse society.”

For more information about the Nissan Foundation and its application process, click here or contact Rothrock Nissan today!

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Terry Balliet is a Business Development Specialist at Rothrock Motor Sales.

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