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Youth and Education

Educating and supporting our youth by helping them to excel in school, engage in communities and develop leadership and life skills is one of our most important investments.

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Ecolab Ltd
PO Box 11,
Winnington Avenue
Northwich Cheshire, CW8 4DX

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UK: 02920 852 000 | ROI: 1800 210 207

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So much of our future depends on preparing our children to become healthy, well-educated adults. That's why we invest the largest percentage of our total budget in youth and education organizations. Educating and supporting our youth by helping them to excel in school, engage in communities and develop leadership and life skills is our major focus.

Ecolab focuses on education in the areas of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), college and career readiness, and early childhood programming in the following communities where we have operations. In 2017, more than $1 million was granted to 260 schools reaching 154,000 students through our signature teacher classroom grant programme, Visions for Learning Educator Grants. Since the programme began in 1986, $15,000,000 has been granted through this programme to teachers across the United States.

•Beloit, WI
•City of Industry, CA
•Columbus, MO
•Irving / Fort Worth, TX
•Elk Grove Village, IL
•Ellwood City, PA
•Garland, TX
•Garyville, LA
•Greensboro, NC
•Huntington, IN
•Joliet, IL
•Martinsburg, WV
•McDonough, GA
•Naperville, IL
•Saint Paul, MN
•Sugar Land / Fresno, TX (Fort Bend County only)

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At the City of Industry, California, Ecolab Visions for Learning Educator Grant celebration, a teacher shares a thank you poster from her students in the Rowland Unified School District for the grant received.

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An Ecolab Foundation Visions for Learning Educator Grant to Open World Learning in Saint Paul, Minnesota, helped fund the "Farm to Fork Learning Expedition" for the Advance Placement Environmental Science class. Over the course of a number of visits to a local community supported agriculture farm, students participated in many activities including milking cows, harvesting squash and broccoli and feeding livestock.