Scholarship Program

Honoring 8 years of college fund recipients

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For the past eight years, the Daphne L. Charles Auxiliary Fund has been making educational attainment more than a reality for many young women.  

Starting out as a personal annual donation to deserving students, the fund has since transformed into a full-fledged scholarship program. 

Let us honor these women, some of whom have since graduated from their undergraduate years.  Let us also honor their ability to truly create additional possibilities for their lives through their pursuit of their dreams.

 

As we uplift those who are our future, let us revere those who have helped to lay the foundation…

2006: 1st Annual College Fund Recipients

Ms. Chantal Maurice

Ms. Lucy Voltaire

High School Program Coordinator: Sophia Denoe

2007: 2nd Annual College Fund Recipients

Ms. Victoria Armah

Ms. Joselene Remy

Ms. Sandra Kolapo

High School Program Coordinator: Laurie Jean-Baptiste

2008: 3rd Annual College Fund Recipients

Ms. Laurie Jean-Baptiste

Ms. Elizabeth Latortue

High School Program Coordinator: Jessica Beaubrun

2009: 4th Annual College Fund Recipients

Ms. Stephanie Cazeau

High School Program Coordinator: Jessica Beaubrun

2010: 5th Annual College Fund Recipients

Ms. Jessica Beaubrun

High School Program Coordinator: Torie Cobbs

2011: 6th Annual College Fund Recipients

Ms. Lynn Geffrard

Ms. Brittany Bridges

High School Program Coordinator: Torie Cobbs

2012: 7th Annual College Fund Recipients

Ms. Torie Cobbs

Ms. Danielle Liberal

Ms. Sandy Decembre

High School Program Coordinator: Alicia Thompson

2013: 8th Annual Scholarship Recipients

Ms. Winnie Benjamin

Ms. Sara Georges

High School Program Coordinator: Alicia Thompson

Photo Credit: Mark McLaughlin

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