According to the release, the Kimberly-Clark Foundation provided a total of $1.3 million dollars to students in 11 U.S. states and one Canadian province.
The Bright Futures program was established in 1993 and awards scholarships worth up to $20,000 dollars for full-time students studying at an accredited school to children of Kimberly-Clark Corporation employees, both in the United States and Canada, the release stated.
This year, the foundation received 257 applications, out of which 64 recipients were chosen based on academic achievement, leadership and the students'' involvement in extra curricular activities, the release noted.
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