Our 2013 scholarship recipients are now in college, experiencing the very things we hoped to prepare them for through the Daphne L. Charles Auxiliary Scholarship Program. See thank you notes from our recipients below along with quick updates about college life!
A note of thanks from Danielle Liberal, Freshman at Barry University in Miami Shores, FL:
“It’s safe to say that Project Inspire’s Daphne L. Charles Auxiliary Scholarship Program was an inspiration for me to help others in any way that I can.”
To those who contributed to Project Inspire,
Words cannot describe how grateful I am and how blessed I feel to have been a part of the Daphne L. Charles Auxiliary Scholarship Program . It’s not even just about the financial assistance but also about the guidance I received every step of the way. All together, I am very proud of myself for completing my first semester of college because unfortunately, there are some people who can’t say that they have done so. I am a current student at Barry University, soon to be a biology major, and there is so much on campus to get involved in–it’s almost overwhelming at how much there is! I’m currently involved in a small group of students dedicated to providing volunteer service to those in need. It’s safe to say that Project Inspire’s Daphne L. Charles Auxiliary Scholarship Program was an inspiration for me to help others in any way that I can, and I hope to stay involved and connected with Project Inspire. Once again, thank you for being a blessing.
A note of thanks from Sara R. Georges, Freshman at University of Florida in Gainesville, FL:
“You have allowed me to receive this scholarship and therefore be one step closer to achieving my dreams.”
Dear contributors to Project Inspire,
Thank you for your donation and contributions to this scholarship program. You have allowed me to receive this scholarship and therefore be one step closer to achieving my dreams. I am currently in my third semester at the University of Florida. I am excited to become a sophomore at the end of the spring semester. As a quick update, I have decided to major in Nursing and minor in UF Teach–an education minor. You would be glad to know that I am currently involved in many organizations at the university such as Club Creole, Black Student Union, Gator Band, and the area council for on-campus housing.
Thank you again for your contributions!
Sara R. Georges
A note of thanks from Winnie Benjamin, Freshman at Broward College in Davie, FL:
“…it was just the beginning of what I was going to have in store when I started at this level.”
Dear Project Inspire supporters,
My first semester went very smoothly, and I’m proud to say that I got through all my classes with every grade being an A or a B. For this achievement, I would like to thank my high school counselors, my sponsor and also Ms. Daphne Charles and the Project Inspire Daphne L. Charles Auxiliary Scholarship Program for preparing me to take on the challenges that I have encountered in college. I’m proud of myself for completing all the essays that were part of the scholarship program, because it was just the beginning of what I was going to have in store when I started at this level. I will attend Broward College for my first two years of college, majoring in Nursing and will be transferring to a university in 2015.
Thank you again for all of your help.
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