Jimmer Fredette works with Cook Center For Human Connection To Deliver A Foundation Grant To Corinth School District

“We are honored to be one of the few schools and first in the state selected for this important program,” said Mark Stratton, superintendent of the Corinth district.

By Jana DeCamilla

This year, in an effort to further integrate the “Jimmerosity” way, a term coined by the family to express Fredette’s abundant generosity, the Fredette Family Foundation awarded grants to eligible schools hoping to create “a culture of kindness” inside their walls.

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