Kohl’s Donates $5 Million to Health and Wellness Nonprofits on GivingTuesday

Kohl’s department store announced yesterday the company is giving $25,000 grants to 200 organizations dedicated to improving family health and wellness. Recipients were invited to apply for the grant by Kohl’s employees.  

Funding for the $5 million in grants came from Kohl’s Cares® Goods for Good program, which sells children’s books and toys and donates 100% of net profits to charities nationwide. Kohl’s has donated more than $29 million through the program since 2019.   

“From regional food banks and youth education programming to nonprofits supporting mental health and family wellness, Kohl’s is proud to donate $5 million in grants to 200 organizations across the country this GivingTuesday,” said Christie Raymond, Kohl’s Chief Marketing Officer. “Giving back in the communities where we live and work is a core part of who we are at Kohl’s and we’re grateful for the organizations that are taking action to improve family health and wellness nationwide.” 

Several local chapters of Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the National Alliance on Mental Illness received grants from Kohl’s. Other beneficiaries include Luv Michael, which serves autistic adults, and GiGi’s Playhouse, a support organization for individuals with Down syndrome.   


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