Brunswick Corporation : Brunswick Public Foundation Awards Local United Way Grants for 2016

LAKE FOREST, Ill. Oct. 31, 2016 - The Brunswick Public Foundation, a not-for-
profit corporation, today announced grants totaling $105,000 to local United Way
organizations that serve areas where many employees of Brunswick and its
operating units work and live.  These grants are in addition to employee
contributions gathered during local fundraising drives.

United Way organizations receiving grants included the Fond du Lac Area United
Way and Oshkosh Area United Way, both in Wisconsin; the Stillwater Area United
Way in Oklahoma, and the United Way of the Lakeshore, serving Muskegon County in

Recently, the Brunswick Public Foundation also distributed an additional
$227,000 in charitable grants for 2016.  Recipients included the Alliance for
the Great Lakes, American Rivers, Fish America, the National Fish and Wildlife
Foundation, and the Ocean Conservancy.

Established in 1997, the Brunswick Public Foundation is a not-for-profit
corporation that supports community development primarily through contributions
to local United Way organizations. In addition, the Foundation supports
organizations that enhance the country's water resources for  recreational
use by the public.  Financial commitments by the Brunswick Public Foundation
have totaled nearly $6.0 million since it began awarding donations in 1998.

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