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H.B. Fuller Announces STEM Education Grants

Posted 26 Nov 2019 by Kimberlee Sinclair Executive Director, H.B. Fuller Company Foundation

This November, the H.B. Fuller Company Foundation announced $75,000 in grants to 11 nonprofits in the Twin Cities. These grants support STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education and youth leadership development programs for youth in our headquarters community.

We are proud to support the following organizations:

STEM Education

  • ANEW BAM, STEM Program expanding African American student access to science and technology fields.
  • BDPA, to support and train local youth in Computer Science and Information Technology fields.
  • Breakthrough Twin Cities, for intensive summer STEM programming.
  • High Tech Kids, for engaging robotics programs and tournaments.
  • Ka Joog, to support a culturally appropriate STEM programs for Somali American youth.
  • Minnesota Public Radio “Brains On!”, for youth friendly activities to expand the perceptions of STEM careers.
  • Science from Scientists, for STEM enrichment programs, bringing scientists into classrooms to connect with students.
  • Spark Youth, to update and expand STEM curriculum kits.
  • The Bell Museum, for hands-on and inquiry-based STEM summer camps.

Youth Leadership

Since 1986, H.B. Fuller has been supporting communities around the world where our employees live and work through the H.B. Fuller Company Foundation. Each year, H.B. Fuller awards more than $1.3 million in grants to support STEM education and youth leadership development, as well as other causes selected by employees. H.B. Fuller is proud to partner with these organizations to support the next generation of innovators and leaders.

Grantmaking is just one way H.B. Fuller supports the communities where our employees live and work. Learn more about how we give back by following #HBFullerCares on social media and by visiting

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