The Children

Foundation for Excellence in Education / Take Stock in Children Scholarship Recipients from PESC in their own words

“There is no telling where I would be without this and I thank God for putting compassion and love in your heart. You are truly an angel. God Bless and thank you for everything!”– a college senior at Florida A & M University

“This scholarship means so much to me, because it makes a way for me to reach my dreams. It means opportunities that I know I’ve got that I know other people aren’t given. So from the bottom of my heart, I thank you.”

“I am hoping life is good for you and your wife. I love you so much- you are such a great blessing in my life.” – a student who missed  school for an entire year due to Sickle Cell Anemia but is now  back on track to graduate from college knowing she has a full scholarship

“I just wanted to say thanks to you and your foundation for supporting me and my education. With the financial assistance you have provided, I don’t have to wonder do I have enough to get a good education and finish my degree. By the way, my major is criminal justice and I’m involved in the Criminal Justice Association, and next semester I will be joining the African-American Student Association.”

“I want to thank you for giving me the opportunity to do something with my life. I am going to take this advantage that I have and I ‘m going be somebody and not have to struggle all of my life. I just would like to say I really appreciate this and God Bless. – a student who is studying to become a pediatrician

“Thank you for your help in donating your money for my education. With your help I will be able to follow my dream of becoming an engineer.” -a student who plans to graduate with a degree in aerospace engineering and join the Marines

“Some people don’t know how their contributions really affect a person’s life; I have to say that yours has really changed me for the better and I am truly thankful.”

Pat Smith gives a hugPat Smith hugs a student in the Thriving Minds
program at a Dallas middle school

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