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Kubota Tractor Corp. launches fourth annual grant program

By Stephen Elliott

March 17, 2024

Kubota Tractor Corp.Kubota grant program, Grapevine, Texas, is launching its fourth annual Kubota Hometown Proud™ grant program. The program provides support for local communities to grow, build or revitalize their local projects by awarding 20 grants across the country: two in each of the company’s 10 operating districts. After a public voting campaign in August, each district winner will receive $50,000, and 10 district runners-up will receive $10,000, totaling $600,000 in grants this year.

“We are excited to announce the fourth year of the Kubota Hometown Proud grant program, which exemplifies Kubota’s goal of staying deeply rooted in community support for our dealers, our customers and our employees,” said Todd Stucke, president, Kubota Tractor Corp. “To date, Kubota has awarded $1.3 million in hometown grants, with another $600,000 investment planned for 2024. We are proud of the impact our equipment has in enhancing and uplifting the communities we serve.”

Each dealer in Kubota’s 1,100-dealer network takes pride in giving back to the communities where they live and work, the company said. Kubota is helping to further foster their local relationships and empower local initiatives by connecting national grant resources to community projects that make significant impact in its dealers’ own backyards. The program is now accepting applications for a chance to bring home funding to your community. All 501(c)(3) nonprofits within a 50-mile radius of an authorized Kubota dealer are invited to enter their project. Kubota encourages all types of community projects to apply from community gardens, public spaces and food banks, to increasing access to agriculture education, and more. Visit to submit your application by April 12, 2024.

Organizations who have entered before can enter again; however, previous winners are not eligible.