Walmart, the multinational corporation and world’s largest company, has awarded a grant to Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. to expand their anti bullying/kindness program and help further implement their efforts across the Tri-State area and beyond.
Founded in 1962 by Sam Walton, the company has grown to become one of the most profitable retailers in the United States and contributes almost $1 billion a year in charitable donations.
“Walmart has been a global phenomenon for more than half a century,” said Shirley Vallee, Co-Executive Director of Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. “From what I’ve been told by my peers, receiving a grant from them is no small feat. As a non-profit organization, our team seeks charitable donations and grant requests on a weekly basis. Unfortunately, some do not always honor our requests. For this company to consider us a valuable entity in the non-profit sector is fantastic. Moreover, the fact that we’re making an impact on children across the country only adds to our credibility. We’re extremely fortunate and couldn’t be more honored. We hope this is just the beginning of a long and successful partnership.”
Supercenter #5476 in Woodbury, New Jersey recognized the grant request. As a result of their generous donation, Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. will donate their Anti Bullying/Kindness program. This will be done in Walmart’s name to a local school in the Woodbury, New Jersey area.
On behalf of all of us at Rainbow Rabbit, thank you Walmart!
For more information about our Rainbow Rabbit Anti-Bullying/Kindness Programs, click here.