To date, we have awarded $41,750 in scholarships between since 2015!
Break the Silence against Domestic Violence recognizes and honors our angels who have lost their lives to domestic violence. Our heart goes to every family devastated by this tragedy. As a part of our mission we remember our angels through our memorial scholarship fund. Each of our scholarships are uniquely named after one of our angels.
Congratulations to our 2018 Angel Scholarship Recipients!
Angels Will Soar Scholarship: Giana Waller, Alliant University, Masters
Audrey’s Presidential Scholarship: Bronwyn Nayci, Washington University School of Law
Tara’s Legacy Scholarship: Taylor Adkins, University of Miami
Alexandra’s Light Scholarship: Rachel Stutzman, Greenville University
Ashleigh and Patience’s Heart Scholarship: Courtney McMullen, University of Southern Mississippi
Tracie’s Voice Scholarship: Cesar Ramon, Garcia San Diego City College
Tonie’s Legacy Scholarship Cheryl Krueger, California State University Fullerton
Tonie’s Dream Scholarship: Carrie Pratt, Bowling Green State University
Brandi’s Legacy Scholarship: Mayra Sierra, Texas Southmost College
Tawnee’s Light Scholarship: Jessica Williamson, Tulsa Community College
Diana’s Dream Scholarship: Erin Colaneri, SUNY Upstate, Masters Program
Karyn Lorbiecki’s Memorial Scholarship: Joshua Ohana, Towson University
Sunny’s Light Scholarship: Sunny Lim, University of Richmond
Sacha’s Legacy Scholarship: Sharon Garcia, Oregon State University
Sandra and Baby Sienna’s Heart Scholarship: Anna Daoud, De Anza Community College
Stacey’s Voice Scholarship: Emily Schilling, University of Montana
Audrey Dream Scholarship: Carrie Elder, Penfield College at Mercer University
Kelsie and Jennifer’s Light Scholarship: April Owen, Capella University, Graduate School
Ashli Kae’s Memorial Scholarship Rebecca Wefald, Boston College, Graduate School
April’s Memorial Scholarship: Amele Joyce Amakoue Amah, Gustavus Adolphus College
Amaya’s Firecracker Scholarship: Megan Parocha, Simmons College, Graduate School
2019 Application will be available in January 2019
Minimum 2.0 GPA, personally affected by domestic violence, volunteer experience with domestic violence organization(s).
Applicants must submit one single file with the following:
Page 1: Personal Statement of how domestic violence impacted your education
Page 2: How will this scholarship impact your future?
Page 3: 1 professional letter of recommendation
Page 4: Most recent transcript (High School Seniors submit transcript, College/MA/Vocational/Trade Students submit most recent transcript, new students without transcript available please include a short statement why you are unable to submit transcript).
NOTE: Failure to submit all documents will disqualify you from further consideration.