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2018 INTL Scholarship Fall Recipients

It’s Not Too Late Scholarship is proud to award at total of $7,500 in scholarships to five worthy students. We would like to congratulate the 2018 Fall recipients who are attending various universities this year. The recipients are listed below.

Zoe Harris, Bethune-Cookman University- $2500

Aashari Williams, University of Central Florida – $2000

JaMaare Luster, Tennessee State University – $1500

Josef Wills, Florida A&M University – $1000

Imani Hill, Xavier University – $1000

2018 INTL Scholarship Spring Recipients

It’s Not Too Late Scholarship is proud to award at total of $6,000 in scholarships to four worthy students. We would like to congratulate the 2018 Spring recipients who are attending various universities this year. The recipients are listed below.

Leyla Edwards, University of Missouri-Kansas City – $2,500

Zoe Harris, Bethune-Cookman University – $1,580

JaMaare Luster, Tennessee State University – $1,000

Dennis Jackson II, Lincoln University – $965

2017 Fall Scholarship Recipients

It’s Not Too Late Scholarship is proud to award at total of $10,080 in scholarships to five worthy students. We would like to congratulate the 2017 Fall recipients who are attending various universities this year. The recipients are listed below.

Erin Horton, Western Kentucky University – $2,700

Josef Wills, Florida A&M University – $2,000

Sydney DuBose, University of Pittsburgh – $2,000

Raenell Dorsey, Bethune-Cookman University – $1,880

Katherine Sanders, Truman State University – $1,500

  

The Allstate Foundation Grant

Thank you to Allstate volunteer Anthony Neely for being a positive force for change in our community. Anthony Neely gave his/her time and enabled us to receive an Allstate Foundation Helping Hands in the Community grant. The Allstate Foundation supports the causes that Allstate agency owners, financial specialists and employees care about most by providing Helping Hands in the Community grants to nonprofits where they volunteer their time to bring out the good in their communities.

State Farm Foundation Grant

It’s Not Too Late Scholarship would like to thank the State Farm Companies Foundation and Mr. Cornelius Wallace for his volunteerism in the community with our organization. Based on his service and commitment to our nonprofit organization, we were awarded a $500 grant from the State Farm Companies Foundation for the 2nd year in a row. The State Farm grant was awarded to our nonprofit organization based on our educational focus in the community and initiatives that we provide to local students. Established in 1963, the State Farm Companies Foundation provides support for key initiatives and scholarships as well as associate-directed programs including grants supporting volunteerism and matching gifts to charitable organizations and two- and four-year colleges and universities. We are excited to impact the lives of deserving college students, while encouraging our recipients to do the same in the future. On behalf of the INTL Scholarship board, we would like to thank Cornelius and the State Farm Companies Foundation for their support and helping us continue to Pay it Forward, One Dime at a Time.

Blues for Kids Grant (St. Louis Blues)

Its Not Too Late Scholarship is proud to continue its partnership with the St. Louis Blues.  The Blues for Kids grant ($3,985) was awarded to our nonprofit organization based on our educational focus in the community and initiatives that we provide to local students.  The Blues for Kids Foundation in conjunction with the Blues’ community outreach efforts, has a mission to seek out opportunities to use the Blues’ unique resources to positively impact programs and services which improve the health and wellness of youth.  We are excited to impact the lives of deserving college students, while encouraging our recipients to do the same in the future. We would like to thank the Blues for Kids Foundation for their support and helping us continue to Pay it Forward, One Dime at a Time.

Scott Credit Union 2017 Sponsorship

Its Not Too Late Scholarship is proud to receive a sponsorship from Scott Credit Union.  The Bronze Level Sponsorship (The Scholar) of $1,000 was awarded to our nonprofit organization based on our educational focus in the community and the financial initiatives that we provide to local students. Scott Credit Union has contributed about $330,000 to the community and their employees have volunteered more than 2,700 hours to a variety of local civic efforts throughout the region through the end of 2016.  SCU has also contributed approximately $1.4 million and their employees have volunteered nearly 13,000 hours to a variety of local civic efforts and financial education throughout the region in the past six years.  SCU has increased their community involvement in the past few years while also increasing efforts to educate consumers of the value of doing their financial business with a not-for-profit credit union.  On behalf of the INTL Scholarship board, we would like to thank Scott Credit Union for their support and helping us continue to Pay it Forward, One Dime at a Time.

2017 Spring Scholarship Recipients

It’s Not Too Late Scholarship is proud to award at total of $5,000 in scholarships to three worthy students. We would like to congratulate the 2017 Spring recipients who are attending various universities this year. The recipients are listed below.

Krissieria Rankine – $2,500, Bethune-Cookman University
Constance Bennett  – $1,500, Tuskegee University
Randall Pizarro – $1,000 – Bethune-Cookman University

2016 Fall Scholarships Awarded

It’s Not Too Late Scholarship is proud to award at total of $5,000 in scholarships to three worthy students. We would like to congratulate the 2016 Fall recipients who are attending various universities this year. The recipients are listed below.  (Photos forthcoming)

Zoe Harris – $2,500, Bethune-Cookman University
Constance Bennett  – $1,500, Tuskegee University
Lawrence Evans – $1,000 – Tennessee State University