Kids Who Care Scholarship

Kids Who Care is a program designed to salute high school seniors who have made a positive difference in the lives of others by volunteering. The selected candidates receive a portion of the $10,000 available in a denomination of $1,000 – $3,000. These will be awarded to local seniors from the Savannah and Low Country area in recognition of their outstanding volunteer service to their community. These scholarships are not based on academic or athletic ability.

The Junior League of Savannah would like you to help us identify Kids Who Care by nominating high school seniors who have been active volunteers. Nominations may be made by anyone:  principals, counselors, students, community groups and individuals, as well as self-nomination by the student.

The 2021 Kids Who Care Scholarship application will open late Fall 2020.

 

Congratulations to our 2020 Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipients:

Annette Camargo-Vera, Jenkins High School

Isabella Martinez, Richmond Hill High School

Kara Harper, Savannah Arts Academy

Logan Bedenbaugh, Hilton Head Island High School

Tiana Ruden-Savannah Arts Academy

 

Congratulations to our Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipients from 2019:  

Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipients with Junior League of Savannah Leadership. Left to right: Natasha Holmes, Vice President of Community Council; Aneesah Dahl, Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipient; Jonathan Gibson, Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipient; Joseph Kelley, Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipient; Jordan McClinton, Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipient; Alexis Williamson, Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipient; Jessica Thomas; President of the Junior League of Savannah 

Not Pictured: Hanna Giblin, Kids Who Care Scholarship Recipient