The Crimson and Cream 2019 Annual Letter can be downloaded from the link below.
Thank you you to all who have supported the mission and achievements of the Crimson and Cream Foundation.
The Crimson and Cream Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of our 2020 Scholarships. Dylan Vincent, a graduate of the Breck School, is the winner of our title scholarship, named his year in honor of Willie F. Adams. Dylan is attending Stanford University. Breah Banks, a graduate of Benilde St. Margaret is attending Spelman College. Rosalinda Guallpa, a graduate of Columbia Highlights High School is attending St. Thomas University. Lastly, Cornelius Salonis, a graduate of Beilde St. Margaret is attending Alabama A&M University. Congratulations to all of our 2020 awardees.
The 2020 title scholarship will be named in honor of Willie F. Adams. From the day the ideal of creating a foundation was conceived by members of the St. Paul Minneapolis Alumni of Kappa Alpha Psi, and until his passing, Willie Adams was dedicated and committed to seeing the mission of the Crimson and Cream Foundation come to life. In recognition of that commitment, the 2020 Crimson and Cream Foundation Scholarship will be named in honor of Willie F. Adams. Willie was a tireless advocate for the educational needs of our youth. The Crimson and Cream Foundation Scholarship in Honor of Willie F. Adams will be awarded to a high school graduate who is seeking to advance their education at a college, university, or accredited post-secondary institution. We sincerely hope this award serves to remind students who are dedicated to academic achievement beyond high school that someone cares, maybe, just maybe, as much as Willie cared.
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
Crimson & Cream Foundation is dependent upon the generosity of corporations, and individuals for 100% of our funding.
Consider your tax-deductible contribution as an investment to allow qualified high school graduates to pursue and complete post-secondary education.