Tri-County Scholarship Fund will be hosting its 3rd Annual Women of Achievement Awards Luncheon on Friday, March 20 at 11:00 a.m. at the Morris County Golf Club in Morristown. On this festive occasion we will recognize five outstanding women who have been role models for the youth of our area through their vocations and service to others. This year we will honor:
Executive Vice President, Membership & Marketing
Morris County Chamber of Commerce
Ramelle J. Massey
Massey Insurance Agency
Madeleine D. Robinson
Chief Executive Officer
LPS Industries Inc.
Academic Supervisor for the Humanities
Pope John XXIII High School
Deirdre R. Wheatley-Liss, Esq.
Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, P.C.
Through this event, funds are raised to support the Freedom Scholars program which is offered to students throughout Northern and Central New Jersey. The Freedom Scholars program is geared to high school students of financial need as well as high academic achievement and potential. It is a four-way partnership between Tri-County, participating high schools, students and their parents or guardians. It enables these students to choose values-centered, high performing private schools. Tri-County awards scholarship slightly less than half the tuition cost and the participating school matches it dollar for dollar, thus leaving the family a minimal balance to pay towards the tuition cost. This is a commitment for the 4 year tenure in high school. As Nelson Mandela once said “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Be part of the solution to change the world. Support education for these outstanding Freedom Scholars!
Come and join us.
For more information call (973) 984-9600 or e-mail Minnie Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With your donation, students are given need-based scholarships to attend elementary and high schools where they are virtually guaranteed to graduate and then go on to college. You can make a transformative difference in their lives by contributing to the Tri-County Scholarship Fund. None of us can do everything but each of us can do something.