Posts Tagged ‘guilford high school’

12 scholarships totaling $11,450 to Guilford High School Graduating seniors

The 2016 scholarship recipients are:

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TGF’s Youth Advisory Group Grants $10,396 in 2016

The Guilford Foundation’s Youth Advisory Group (YAG) recently granted the following awards:

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Guilford Foundation Awards $10,850 in Grants In June

The Guilford Foundation (TGF) is pleased to announce grant awards to five organizations serving Guilford. The awards ranged from $500 to $4,550 and support youth, case management for children and families, and the environment.


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The Guilford Foundation Awards Merit Scholarships to 9 Seniors

The Guilford Foundation hosted its Annual Dinner & Awards Ceremony on Thursday, May 30th, under clear, warm skies at the Guilford Yacht Club. At the dinner, we awarded scholarships to nine Guilford High School graduating seniors to help offset the costs of their college education. The records of these remarkable students reflect their hard work and commitment to personal development and inspire hope in the future citizenry or our great town.

GHS Scholarship Recipients

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2012 Scholarship Award Presentations

The Guilford Foundation was pleased to award scholarship awards to 9 remarkable seniors from Guilford High School at our Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation on May 31st. The honorees are pictured below.

Elizabeth Adams Fund Scholarship: Matthew Doyle (in absentia) & Amanda Simon.

Joan Shrewsbury presents the Adams Award to Amanda Simon.

Carl A. Balestracci, Jr. Humanitarian Fund Scholarship: Alejandro Betancourt & Emily Ott.

Carl Balestracci presents the award to Emily Ott and Alejandro Betancourt.

Al & Gene Bishop Fund for Vocational and Industrial Arts: Michael Shay.

Al & Gene Bishop present the Bishop award to Michael Shay.

Stuart D. Burt Scholarship: Amanda Shank.

Stephen Page presents the award to Amanda Shank.

Stephen Looney Scholarship: Marissa Mormile & Marco Parisi (in absentia). Pictured with Joan Shrewsbury and Marissa Mormile are Stephen Looney’s niece and nephew, who helped to present the award.

Joan Shrewsbury, Marissa Mormile, Andrew Elsaid, and Olivia Elsaid (l-r).

Elizabeth M. “Lizzie” Schwanfelder Fund: Juan Carlos Lluberes

Elisa Milano and Jennifer Alexander present the award to Juan Carlos Lluberes.

Youth Philanthropy at Work: YAG Announces Grant Awards

The Guilford High School Interact Club Youth Advisory Group (YAG), an initiative of the Guilford Foundation to promote youth philanthropy, recently awarded four grants totaling $4,300 to local organizations:

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Winter Grant Awards

$20,012 Grant Awards by Guilford Foundation Aim to Make a Difference

At its December Board meeting, the Guilford Foundation Board of Directors approved $20,012 in grants to 8 local nonprofit organizations.

“We were impressed with the scope and quality of applications,” said John Crawford, Board President. “We believe these grants will make a real difference to Guilford residents across a broad spectrum of needs, from arts to addiction services to domestic violence.”

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YAG in the News & Grant Application Deadline

The Youth Advisory Group (YAG), some members shown in the picture below taken at the 2011 Guilford Citizens’ Day Parade, was created through a partnership between GF and the Guilford High School Rotary Interact Club. YAG is currently fundraising for, and awarding grants to, local nonprofit organizations. The next YAG Grant Applications are due by October 31st.

Check out YAG in the news:

Nina Haddad, Carl Balestracci and William Greco

Guilford Foundation Provides 2011 Scholarships to 9 College Bound Graduates

As summer winds down and recent high school graduates prepare to enter their freshman year, the Guilford Foundation is pleased to report that nine Guilford High School graduates were awarded scholarships to help offset the costs of their education. The records of these remarkable students reflect their hard work and commitment to personal development and inspire hope in the future citizenry of our great town.

The nine students (as well as their colleges) are as follows: … Read more

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