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The Suncoast Credit Union Foundation is partnering with the Hernando County Education Foundation to offer (3) $2,000 scholarship awards to high school graduates in the Class of 2021.

Foundation to Name 3 Suncoast Credit Union Scholars in 2021

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on November 27, 2020

The Suncoast Credit Union Foundation is partnering with the Hernando County Education Foundation to offer (3) $2,000 scholarship awards to high school graduates in the Class of 2021.

Hernando County Education Foundation to Name 3 Suncoast Credit Union Scholars in 2021

Class of 2021 high school graduates in Suncoast Credit Union’s
21-county service territory have the opportunity to apply for financial support to continue their education, thanks to a $116,000 investment in scholarships by the Tampa-based credit union’s foundation.

Applications are open November 16, 2020- March 31, 2021 and are available at www.hernandoeducationfoundation.org.

This year’s Suncoast Credit Union Scholars program represents a continued philosophy of the foundation to support education initiatives and the well-being and potential of children.

Since its inception in 1990, the Foundation has contributed more than $30
million including more than $2.2 million in scholarships. “We believe the best way we can build better communities is by investing in education
and health-related initiatives for children,” said Cindy Helton, Executive Director of the Suncoast Credit Union Foundation. “Through the Suncoast Credit Union Scholars program, we have the opportunity to invest in individual human potential, which is particularly rewarding.”

About the Consortium of Florida Education Foundations:
The Consortium is the membership organization for Florida’s school district-wide local education foundations. Established in 1987, the Consortium maximizes the individual and collective strength of Florida local education foundations to support local partners and schools.

The consortium has 64 member foundations with 1,100 business and community leaders serving as volunteer board members. Collectively, they raise nearly $83 million annually to support students, teachers, and schools through a variety of programs. The Consortium has provided nearly $55 million to local education foundations since 2001 through various private- and public-sector partnerships, including the State of Florida School District Education Foundation Matching Grant Program.

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