On August 1st, the Crimson and Cream Foundationannounced the winners of its 2019 scholarships.
The first place scholarship ($1000) was awarded to Dzidedi Azumah, a 4.25 GPA student from Champlain Park High School. She will attend Yale University this fall, majoring in International Relations & Global Affairs, with a minor in French. Dzidedi hopes to one day be able to brainstorming with others to affect change to global economic, social, environmental or medical issues.
Tatum Morris was awarded the second place scholarship ($500). Tatum is a 3.4 GPA student from East Ridge High School and will attend Hampton University in the fall, majoring in Political Science. Tatum's passion is to one day lead the change in our country to improve inclusion, equity, and our ability to address biases.
Crimson & Cream Foundation, established in 1996, is a nonprofit, tax-exempt, publicly supported organization as described in Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Our mission is to engage in, advance, promote and administer charitable, educational scholarships, leadership activities, and projects for deserving youth in the state of Minnesota.
Foster and enhance academics
· Develop leadership and social skills of the youth in the Twin Cities
· Provide scholarships opportunities for
· Partner with community organizations and programs that support youth and their families
· Promote the public’s understanding of, and support for new and existing community
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