We strive to make a commitment to the participants in our Youth Empowerment Program to support their journey all the way through college. You can help us ensure their success through a donation to our three college scholarship programs: The Camp Nurses Fund, The DREAMers Among US Fund, and The Pedro Cruz Fund. Click here to download general requirements for all the three funds.
We also welcome your support of helping send a child to our Summer Overnight Leadership Camp through the Amity-Faircloth Fund. A week at camp costs $800, but we are happy to accept partial scholarships.
Congratulations, Scholarship 2016 Winners!
The Pedro Cruz Fund
In honor and memory of Pedro Cruz, former Youth Empowerment staff member, the Ministry set up the Pedro Cruz Scholarship Fund. Pedro was a remarkable man who was determined to create opportunities for our youth. As Pedro battled cancer, he was still holding Youth Arts Group meetings and counseling youth. The Pedro Cruz Fund helps graduates of the Youth Empowerment Program with their college related costs.
The Pedro Cruz Fund application priority deadline is May 1st.
The Camp Nurses Scholarship Fund
The Camp Nurses Scholarship Fund was created by the passionate and compassionate nurses of the Overnight Leadership Camp to support graduates of Camp, especially those who are interested in health careers.
The Camp Nurses Scholarship Fund application priority deadline is June 10th.
The DREAMers Among US Fund
The DREAMers Among US Fund provides scholarships to support the educational aspirations of undocumented graduates of YEP programs. The fund was founded by the Youth Arts Group with donations and income from the DREAMers short film.
The DREAMers Among Us Fund application priority deadline is May 1st.
The Amity-Faircloth Fund
The Amity-Faircloth Fund provides camperships for our Summer Overnight Leadership campers. Started by the deep faithfulness and generosity of the members of the Amity Presbyterian Church in Warwick New York, and in honor of the co-founder and long time director of the Camp, Ruth Faircloth.