EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE THE MEANS TO PURSUE THEIR DREAMS
GIVING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS A LEG UP
Good Tidings supports education by providing education grants to high school seniors in need who have dedicated themselves to extraordinary community service projects. Since its inception, we have granted $1,617,000 to over 380 deserving high school seniors. In 1999, the Good Tidings Foundation Community Service Scholarship program started small, with ﬁve recipients receiving $1,000 each. Today, our program awards $100,000 annually to 10 underserved high school seniors at $10,000 each, providing much-needed support to youth who have demonstrated tremendous leadership potential despite their own economic circumstances.
2020 GOOD tidings SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY:
- High School senior graduating in 2021
- A resident of one of the following California counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Lake, Marin, Monterey, Napa, Sacramento, San Benito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Yolo
- Submitted scholarship application
- 1 Letter of Recommendation
- Agreement to volunteer minimum 1 shift at our Winter Wonderland Toy Giveaway Program between 12/1 – 12/23/20
- Agreement to attend Good Tidings’ 25th Anniversary Party in Fall 2020.
DEADLINE: November 6, 2020, at noon PST.
2020 scholarship APPLICATION
The 2020 Good Tidings Community Service Scholarship Application is open.
Deadline to submit: November 6, 2020, at noon PST.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2019 Scholarship winners:
Felix Andam – St. Ignatius College Preparatory
Aditi Bagepalli – Doughtery Valley High School
Crystal Chan – Lowell High School
Arisbeth Chavez – Everett Alvarez High School
Kahlim Davis – Alameda High School
Madeeha Khan – El Cerrito High School
Edward Oliveri – Village Oaks High School
Liliana Ortiz – California School for the Deaf
Geraldine Urgel – John O’Connell High School
Kevin Zhao – Thurgood Marshall Academic High School