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If Not You, Who? Award

$500

March 01, 2021

Awards Available: 2

  • Scholarship Description
  • Forsyth County Young Leaders Program is a group of high school leaders determined to make a change in Forsyth County, NC for the better - for our parents, our brothers and sisters, our friends, our neighbors and ourselves. We created the Forsyth County Young Leaders Program to give students exposure to and increased awareness of the opportunities available to them in the community, to help them gain personal and professional experience and knowledge, and to work towards making Forsyth County a better place together. With this in mind, we created the If Not You, Who? Award to recognize those high school students who take great strides in making the community we live in a better place. A $250 cash donation will be made to the winners of this Award to the 501(c)(3) charity of their choice in their honor. The recipients will also be presented with an Award Certificate and a copy of this Award Certificate will be provided to their school principal with a request for it to be presented to them on their high school Awards Day. Should you have any questions, please email fcyoungleaders@gmail.com to the attention of Sarina Horner, Treasurer. https://www.fcyoungleaders.org/if-not-you-who-award
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 8325 Tuscany Drive
  • Lewisville, NC 27023
  • fcyoungleaders@gmail.com
  • 336-813-4417

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