$15,000 to help advance the development of innovative products inspired by the joys of motherhood. The awardees also receive resources to further develop their products and startup businesses.
“Nearly 70 years ago, female inventor and entrepreneur Marion O’Brien Donovan had an inspiring idea1. As a mother of two who was unhappy with the options available to keep her babies dry, Donovan created the disposable diaper in 1946. Today, Huggies recognizes that many innovative ideas come from parents and their “a-ha!” moments—but all too often these ideas are not brought to life. Now in its fifth year, Huggies MomInspired Grant Program aims to further the development of these creative parent-inspired products and services.” -Press Release
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