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    • The World Needs More Aarons

      Aaron McLean DePaul Graduate and Rutgers Pre-Med Student

    • Winter e-Newsletter

      PRESIDENT"S MESSAGE 2020 is off to a great start! Due to the efforts of our Board, Annual Awards Dinner Honorees, and supporters, Tri-County was able to help even MORE K-12 th  grade students for the second semester of this school year – totaling a record 560 scholarships for the 2019-20 school year! Our supporters have made it possible for these children to attend better, safer values-based schools.  Thank you! Please join us for these inspiring and fun upcoming Tri-County events: April 2: The 8th Annual Women of Achievement Luncheon May 19: Our 7th Annual Lawyers for Tri-County Dinner June 1: The 28th Annual Tri-County Golf Invitational at Morris County Golf Club October 26: Tri-County's 39th Annual Awards Dinner Stay tuned for exciting honoree announcements! With appreciation on behalf of our grateful students, Prudence Pigott VIEW THE WINTER e-NEWSLETTER

    • Record-breaking $1.3 Million raised at 38th Annual Awards Dinner

      700 business people, friends and family, clergy and religious attended the Tri-County Scholarship Fund (TCSF) Annual Awards Dinner on October 28th, at the Hanover Marriott on October 28 where a record breaking $1.3 million was raised to provide partial scholarships for financially disadvantaged children in Passaic, Morris, and Sussex counties, enabling them to attend accredited  K-12 values-based schools. Tri-County Scholarship Fund recognized three honorees who believe in and support the TCSF mission at the dinner, which is the largest fundraiser for TCSF. Honored at the 38th Annual Awards Dinner were:  were Eric Andersen, Co-President of Aon, who received the Hall of Fame Award; Douglas Kennedy, President and CEO of Peapack-Gladstone Bank who was presented with the Leadership Award; and Ray and Cathy Donovan and the Donovan Family, who received the Making A Difference Award. “We are thrilled that we raised more than $1.3 million toward scholarships, and had the opportunity to honor such accomplished individuals, who are revered in their industries and admired for their commitment to the community, and to our mission,” said Prudence Pigott, TCSF President. “Our honorees exemplify everything that Tri-County stands for in their work to help children from underprivileged areas by providing educational opportunity at better, safer schools,” said TCSF President, Prudence Pigott. TCSF awarded 500 scholarships for the 2109-20 school year, and has provided more than $27 million for over 32,000 scholarships to deserving K-12th grade children, since its inception in 1981 by Edward Hennessy, and the late Bishop Frank Rodimer, of Paterson, New Jersey. View Event Page with Photo Gallery

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      Open your texting app from your home screen and click on icon to text a new message Type 9737187499 here Type a message with your donation amount in here Click the link to complete your donation Your message shows up here (and on the live show screen!) 1 2 3 4 Text to Pledge Instructions 5 ​

    • Events | Tri-County Scholarship Fund | New Jersey

      Events All Tri-County Events: ​ raise awareness of our cause showcase the success of the students that we assist create new and lasting friends raise the funds we need to support our mission Honoree Events Fun-raising Events Young Professionals Events School Visits Honoree Events At each of our awards events, Tri-County honors individuals and organizations who value education and share our compassion for giving educational freedom to financially disadvantaged students. View Our Past Honorees Virtual Streaming Gala Join us for the 39th Annual Awards Celebration October 26, 2020 VIEW EVENT PAGE POSTPONED DUE TO COVID 8th Annual Women of Achievement Awards Luncheon VIEW EVENT PAGE ​ POSTPONED UNTIL 2021 GET AN INVITE 7th Annual Lawyers for Tri-County Awards Dinner VIEW EVENT PAGE ​ POSTPONED UNTIL 2021 Fun-Raising Events Connect with other supporters who share your value of education and your compassion for helping financially disadvantaged families give their children opportunities for success. Bring your friends, meet new friends, and have fun as you support scholarships. REGISTER TODAY! 28th Annual Golf Invitational VIEW EVENT PAGE New Date! September 14, 2020 GET AN INVITE 3rd Annual Sporting Clays Classic VIEW EVENT PAGE Coming Sept. 24, 2020 VIEW PHOTOS and VIDEO Chili Bowl II Fundraiser VIEW EVENT PAGE We had a great night on January 31st! Young Professionals Events GET AN INVITE! Fiddle Fest at Fiddler's Elbow CC Coming in September 2020 VIEW PHOTOS and VIDEOS Chili Bowl II Fundraiser VIEW EVENT PAGE We had a great night on January 31st! Tickets and Sponsorships Senior Recognition & Alumni Awards Dinner ​ Canceled this year School Visits Come visit our excellent partner schools. About once per academic quarter during the school year, Tri-County trustees and supporters enjoy the opportunity to visit our students at their schools, and remind them that we are among their biggest fans.​ ​ Join us at an elementary school to see the children thriving in their classrooms, or attend a high school visit and participate in some rewarding student mentoring. Attend an Upcoming School Visit ​ We have a school visit to a partner high school in February. If you are interested in joining us to see the good work of Tri-County in action, please send us an email for details. Send Email K-8th School Visit High School Mentoring

    • Partner Schools | Tri-County Scholarship Fund | New Jersey nonprofit

      About Tri-County OUR PARTNER SCHOOLS allow students to thrive K-8th grade High School The Visionaries Leadership Young Professionals Donors Partner Schools Staff Tri-County Scholarship Fund partners with accredited, private, grade schools and high schools that provide academic quality, a safe school environment, and a values-based program. Tri-County Scholarships are need-based, and are offered to K-12th grade students residing in Morris, Passaic, and Sussex counties. ​ A “values-based program” is demonstrated by a school honor code, community service, and a priority on character development. Many of our partner schools have a religious affiliation reflected in their curriculum. Others are not affiliated with any specific religion, but in their school programs emphasize the values of personal integrity, honesty, compassion, tolerance, self-reliance, patriotism, respect, generosity, kindness, and the intrinsically sacred value of each individual. Become A Partner School 37 Elementary and Middle Schools Tri-County awards partial scholarships of $2,000 for K-8 students. Abundant Life Academy, Nutley Academy of Our Lady, Glen Rock Academy of St. James of the Marches, Totowa All Saints Academy, Parsippany American Christian School, Succasunna Arrow Academy, Whippany Assumption School, Morristown Collegiate School, Passaic Delbarton School, Morristown Divine Mercy Academy, Rockaway Eastern Christian School, Wyckoff/Midland Park Gill St. Bernard's School, Gladstone Golda Och Academy, West Orange Gottesman RTW Academy, Randolph Hawthorne Christian Academy, Hawthorne Holy Spirit School, Pequannock Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Wayne Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy, Livingston Morristown-Beard School, Morristown Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, Summit Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Boonton Pioneer Academy, Wayne Pope John XXIII Middle School, Sparta Reverend George A. Brown Memorial School, Sparta Saint Anthony School, Hawthorne Saint Dominic Academy, Jersey City Saint Gerard Majella School, Paterson Saint Leo's School, Elmwood Park Saint Nicholas Ukrainian School, Passaic Saint Patrick School, Chatham Saint Philip Preparatory School, Clifton Saint Therese School, Succasunna Saint Vincent Martyr School, Madison Sedes Sapientiae, Boonton The Craig School, Mountain Lakes Trinity Christian School, Montville Villa Walsh Academy, Morristown 36 High Schools Tri-County awards partial scholarships of $4,000 per student for high school. Abundant Life Academy, Nutley Academy of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown American Christian School, Succasunna Bergen Catholic High School, Oradell Christo Rey Newark High School, Newark Collegiate School, Passaic Delbarton School, Morristown DePaul Catholic High School, Wayne Don Bosco Prep High School, Ramsey Eastern Christian School, North Haledon Gill St. Bernard’s School, Gladstone Golda Och Academy, West Orange Hawthorne Christian Academy, Hawthorne Hudson Catholic Regional High School, Jersey City Immaculate Conception High School, Lodi Immaculate Conception High School, Montclair Immaculate Heart Academy, Twp. of Washington Marist High School, Bayonne Mary Help of Christians Academy, North Haledon Morris Catholic High School, Denville Morristown-Beard School, Morristown Mount Saint Dominic Academy, Caldwell Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, Summit Oratory Preparatory School, Summit Paramus Catholic High School, Paramus Pioneer Academy, Wayne Pope John XXIII Regional High School, Sparta Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School, Livingston Saint Dominic Academy, Jersey City Saint Joseph Regional High School, Montvale Saint Mary High School, Rutherford Sedes Sapientiae, Boonton Seton Hall Preparatory School, West Orange The Craig School, Mountain Lakes Trinity Christian School, Montville Villa Walsh Academy, Morristown

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