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Awards & Recognition

A $3000.00 scholarship was awarded to Gianna Vaccaro, an IB student who was very involved in over 20 different community and service programs. What stood out for our Foundation was the fact this student spent her time learning sign language in an effort to improve the experience for an autistic child she worked with for an extended period of time. She, like Megan, displayed an understanding that what is important is what you do for others.
06.09.2022  A $3000.00 scholarship was awarded to Gianna Vaccaro, an IB student who was very involved in over 20 different community and service programs. What stood out for our Foundation was the fact this student spent her time learning sign language in an effort to improve the experience for an autistic child she worked with for an extended period of time. She, like Megan, displayed an understanding that what is important is what you do for others. (link)

A $1500.00 scholarship is awarded to Caroline Speck, an IB student who was also involved in many organizations such as the Lundy Project, Relay for Life but most noteably took the time to develop a new non-Profit organization, Blessing Bag Brigade, which serves people in need. It appears she will be moving on to attend the University of South Carolina where she hopes to pursue a Law career.
06.09.2022  A $1500.00 scholarship is awarded to Caroline Speck, an IB student who was also involved in many organizations such as the Lundy Project, Relay for Life but most noteably took the time to develop a new non-Profit organization, Blessing Bag Brigade, which serves people in need. It appears she will be moving on to attend the University of South Carolina where she hopes to pursue a Law career. (link)

A $500.00 scholarship is awarded to Chloe Scarabaggio, a member of the Global Studies program who took part in many community service organizations. It appears she will be moving on to Quinnipiac University where she plans to study to become a Physician’s Assistant where she hopes to be able to help others and improve others’ access to quality Healthcare.
06.09.2022  A $500.00 scholarship is awarded to Chloe Scarabaggio, a member of the Global Studies program who took part in many community service organizations. It appears she will be moving on to Quinnipiac University where she plans to study to become a Physician’s Assistant where she hopes to be able to help others and improve others’ access to quality Healthcare. (link)

We are proud to share that Megan's Mom and Dad flew out to St. Louis to spend time with the WashU YMCA and deliver a $5,000 donation. This donation will be used to fund an annual Santa themed event starting next year! For those who knew Megan, you know just how much she loved the holidays and how much she valued giving back to those, especially around the holidays. We are excited to see Megan’s passion emphasized in this new event and look forward to volunteering in the years to come! We are even more excited to see our first volunteer, Rob Wilde, WashU Dean of Students, dress up as Santa!🎅🏼
09.29.2021  We are proud to share that Megan's Mom and Dad flew out to St. Louis to spend time with the WashU YMCA and deliver a $5,000 donation. This donation will be used to fund an annual Santa themed event starting next year! For those who knew Megan, you know just how much she loved the holidays and how much she valued giving back to those, especially around the holidays. We are excited to see Megan’s passion emphasized in this new event and look forward to volunteering in the years to come! We are even more excited to see our first volunteer, Rob Wilde, WashU Dean of Students, dress up as Santa!🎅🏼 (link)

The Foundation presents a $1,000 check as its first ever donation to Mrs Laplaga, Director of the Freehold Township Octagon Club, in support of the organizations committment to community service and volunteerism.
06.24.2021  The Foundation presents a $1,000 check as its first ever donation to Mrs Laplaga, Director of the Freehold Township Octagon Club, in support of the organizations committment to community service and volunteerism. (link)

The Foundation presents a $250 scholarship to Liz Tomkovich in honor of her being chosen as the first recipient of the Freehold Township Girls Varisty Soccer "Megan Schulman Scholar Athlete Award".
06.24.2021  The Foundation presents a $250 scholarship to Liz Tomkovich in honor of her being chosen as the first recipient of the Freehold Township Girls Varisty Soccer "Megan Schulman Scholar Athlete Award". (link)