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Over $250k in Scholarships Awarded

The Legacy of Love Foundation, Inc. has provided more than $250,000 in scholarships to college-bound students throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.  In 2020, a total of $22,000 in scholarships were awarded to college-bound and graduate school students.

2020 Scholars

Aleena Alex

Aleena Alex

Northeast High School
University of Pennsylvania
Majoring in Biology

Dakota Carter

Dakota Alexandra Carter

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
Spelman College
Majoring in Political Science

Koby Thompson

Koby Daniel-Thompson

Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts
Kean University
Architectural Studies
Emilee Taylor Scholarship

Kayla Gibson

Kayla Gibson

Julia R. Masterman HS
Howard University
Majoring in Biology
Charisse Lillie Scholarship

Timir Hill

Timir L. Hill

Boys Latin of Philadelphia HS
Ohio Wesleyan
Majoring in Zoology

Dr. Monica Johnson-Taylor Scholarship

Anlya Mack

Anlya Mack

Academy at Palumbo HS
Neuman University
Majoring in Nursing

Dr. Ann Adderley Scholarship

Talayah Ross

Talayah Ross

William W. Bodine HS
West Chester University
Majoring in Marketing

Tina Sloan Green Scholarship

Natasha Torres

Natasha Torres

Central HS
Gwynedd Mercy University
Majoring in Nursing
Barton A. and Violet W. Fields Scholarship

Legacy of Love Foundation, Inc. Community Grants

The Legacy of Love Foundation, Inc. through the donor-advised fund, has presented grants to more than 40 nonprofit organizations meeting the needs of children, adults and families in the areas in which we place high importance – physical and mental health, economic empowerment, educational excellence and the arts.

In 2020 – We awarded $7500 in grants to the following organizations:

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Girls Inc. Greater Phila. & S. NJ

Founded in 1961 as Teen Aid and affiliated with Girls Inc. in 2002, Girls Inc. of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey serves over 3,000 girls annually at approximately 31 locations.

The Reading Clinic

The Reading Clinic

The Reading Clinic, Inc. promotes community awareness for Dyslexia, the most common learning disability affecting 1 in 5 people.


Project 440

Project 440 helps young people use their interest in music to forge new pathways for themselves and ignite change in their communities.