LOS ANGELES -- Less screen time and more physical (HUSD) has been presented with a $10,000 ‘Hometown Grant’ from Real California Milk, representing the state’s dairy families, and the Oakland Raiders, to expand nutrition and physical activity programs in schools throughout the district. HUSD received an additional $10,000 in resources from The National Foundation on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition in support of the Presidential Youth Fitness program.
Developed by Fuel Up to Play 60 (FUTP 60) and the National Foot-ball League (NFL), the ‘Hometown Grant’ program provides teams and dairy organizations with the opportunity to provide funding to schools.
Each of the 32 NFL Clubs, FUTP 60 and local dairy representatives are providing $10,000 grants in communities throughout the country, totaling a $320,000 investment. For the 2016 season, the National
Foundation on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition is matching the NFL’s donation to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the President’s Council of Fitness, Sports and Nutrition.