Clorox Donates $1M to Cleveland ClinicMay 17, 2021
The Clorox Co., parent company of CloroxPro™, has announced a US$1 million contribution to the Cleveland Clinic.
The nonprofit academic medical center will use the donation to establish the Clorox Public Health Research Fund. The Cleveland Clinic’s new research fund will support innovative healthcare research and establish new training and educational opportunities. Initially, Clorox and the Cleveland Clinic will prioritize research on the COVID-19 pandemic.
“As a health and wellness company, we are proud to be extending our work with Cleveland Clinic in support of public health,” said Ed Huber, Clorox vice president of strategic growth and chief sustainability officer. “It’s important that we continue to advance research and develop science-based innovations with Cleveland Clinic to help fight COVID-19, and to help us be better prepared in the future.”
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