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Many of our Tri-County Grads

are  battling on the front lines of

the COVID crisis

While current Tri-County scholarship students are disproportionately impacted by the crisis

The World Needs More

MARIANAS

Mariana Squicciarini in her personal protection gear at a NJ COVID Test site.
  • Mary Help of Christians Academy '17
  • Franklin and Marshall College '21
  • Neuroscience Pre-med Major
  • Volunteer EMT

We are so proud and grateful for you, Mariana!

THEY ARE COUNTING ON US.
 

In these uncertain times Tri-County must continue to provide our inner-city and other financially needy K-12th grade students with the opportunity to attend safe, quality schools. Many of their parents have been laid off in the COVID crisis.  Now more than ever, we must be there for our children to provide the continuity of a safe, values-based education, and the opportunity to achieve a better future.

HOPE
for 2020
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What the World Needs Now is...

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Help 100 Needy NJ Children Stay in Their Schools

for the 2020-21 School Year

For their future

and for ours

We need to raise $300K NOW

to replace income from our

canceled spring events.

MISSION: Tri-County provides K-12th grade scholarships to financially-needy children in Northern New Jersey so they can obtain a high quality, values-based education at accredited private elementary and secondary schools that will enable them to achieve their full potential.

TRI-COUNTY
BY THE NUMBERS

560

Financially Needy NJ Children Supported in the
2019-20 School Year

100%

Tri-County High School Graduation Rate in 2019

56

Accredited, values-centered partner schools 

$29.5MM

Total Amount Awarded for Scholarships since 1981

32,500

Total Number of Scholarships Awarded since 1981

4

Highest 4-star Charity Navigator Rating
 
Thank You to our Donors and Friends who helped to fund 200 scholarships with matching donations from special friends.
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