CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble's Bounty brand, in partnership with HandsOn Network and the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, announced a new program designed to transform learning environments of 30 public schools across the United States.
The Make a Clean Difference program helps make schools "Bounty clean," from cleaning cafeterias to planting around front entrances in public schools across the country. Actress and spokeswoman Gabrielle Union unveiled the program last night in Washington at the HandsOn Network's reception to celebrate National Volunteer Week.
"I am thrilled to be here at National Volunteer Week with the HandsOn Network, Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation and Bounty," Union said. "We hope the Make a Clean Difference program will inspire families across the country to get involved hands-on in their communities and join the effort to clean our public schools."
Bounty's Make a Clean Difference program will impact 30 public schools in the following cities from April through June.
Added Bounty brand manager Dave Lee, "Our goal is to provide our youth with clean and fun learning environments to unlock their curiosity and creativity. We believe that whether at home or at school, messes should never get in the way of creativity and learning."