Benefits: Two Generations. One Future. Scholarship
Student parents and their child at the University of Minnesota Homecoming parade.
Goal $ 5,000.00
31.6% towards our goal
DONOR LIST
Anonymous
$ 25.00
Kris Foley
$ 25.00
Brigid Riley
$ 100.00
Education changes lives in so many positive ways, Let's come together to change a few more!
Grace Riley
$ 25.00
Anonymous
$ 50.00
Anonymous
$ 25.00
Anonymous
$ 50.00
Anonymous
$ 100.00
Chris Bremer
$ 50.00
Chris Bremer
$ 50.00
Susan
$ 50.00
These students are my inspiration, passion and my reason why I do what I do. Nothing does more to life families than education.
Sharon D. In Appleby Hall
$ 50.00
By helping our student parents we are helping the future! Thanks, SPHC!!
Lea Chittenden
$ 20.00
Anonymous
$ 50.00
Anonymous
$ 10.00
Anonymous
$ 10.00
Amelious N. Whyte, Jr.
$ 25.00
Thanks SPHC for your commitment to an often forgotten group.
Anonymous
$ 100.00
Lisa Go & Lucas Wong
$ 500.00
Donated in Honor to the University of Minnesota Child Development Center, 1600 Rollins Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455. Building our future one child at a time.
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$ 1,580.00 raised
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Two Generations. One Future. Scholarship - contribute today! 

Your donation will help undergraduate students with children realize their dream of a college degree, a dream that research proves lifts entire families out of poverty and assures college attendance in the next generation. Especially today - every dollar given will be matched by a very generous donor up to $5,000! 

The Two Generations. One Future. Scholarship was envisioned to honor the incredible dedication of undergraduate, low-income student-parents who seek to do well for the sake of their families. The positive impact of having access to higher education has enormous implications both for these students and for their children. But too often, the unrelenting challenges of balancing time commitments while maintaining financial health can leave student-parents with no choice but to leave school before they can see the rewards of a college degree come to fruition.

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