Children ages 5 to 21
Scholarships to students who are homeless, in poverty, aged out of foster care or with special needs to attend a college, vocational school, certificate or apprenticeship program to become competitive in the job market, secure gainful employment and break their cycle of adversity and becoming a contributing member of the community.
Our first student graduated in May of 2019 with a 4.0 GPA and has received a 6 week research grant to Cambridge University in the United Kingdom. .
Another of our first students received an invitation to play quarterback at a division I school after his first year of college and transferred to this new school.
Over 200 scholarships were awarded since our inception in 2015 equaling over $400,000 in scholarship funding.
23 students technical college scholars are now working in their field of study.