Inner-City Scholarship Fund Celebrates Graduating Students And Sponsors

May 17, 2024

On Wednesday, May 15, 2024, the Inner-City Scholarship Fund hosted a celebration for 54 Catholic high school students who have been supported through scholarships from Harlem to Hollis.

The event took place at 5:30 PM in Dillon Hall, located at 1011 First Avenue, 20th Floor, New York, NY. The celebration was attended by 38 sponsors of the Inner-City Scholarship Fund.

Among the honored students was Avery Cox, a senior at All Hallows High School. Avery, a scholarship recipient since the first grade, has distinguished himself as student body president and a vital member of his school community. This fall, he will attend Fordham University on a full scholarship to study Finance, with aspirations of becoming an accountant. Avery’s education has been generously supported by Jim Naughton and Laura Richards. Jim, an Inner-City trustee since 2018, and Laura are currently sponsoring 67 students and have supported over 600 students throughout their commitment to the Fund.

The Inner-City Scholarship Fund is dedicated to transforming lives by providing families in financial need the opportunity to give their children a quality, values-based K-12 Catholic education within the Archdiocese of New York.


About Inner-City Scholarship Fund

Founded in 1971, the Inner-City Scholarship Fund ensures that an excellent Catholic school education remains accessible to students of all faiths. By providing scholarships to families with financial needs, the Fund fosters the development of young minds and spirits within the Archdiocese of New York.

Photo credit: 1-2) Mo and students.



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