The Christine Sides Fisher Arts and Music Education Scholarship has been established by Christine and Tim Fisher in support of students who are seeking higher education in the field of performing arts and music education.
The Craig Family Scholarship Fund supports the higher education goals of African Americans graduating from Chesterfield High School in Chesterfield, South Carolina. The Scholarship was originally created by descendants of the Craig Family with proceeds from the sale of farmland once worked by African American laborers in involuntary servitude.
FBi Construction created a scholarship fund at ECCF in 2017 to encourage students to enter the construction industry. This interest stems from a strong belief in education and a commitment to improve the quality of life where they do business. This scholarship funding will improve the talent pool which maintains FBi’s commitment to excellence.
The scholarship will keep Jason’s swimming goals and dreams alive while helping students pursue their own college swimming and academic goals.
This scholarship has been established by Mrs. Johnson’s family to honor her commitment to education, arts, athletics, and service and, to support the bright future of a Lake City High School graduate who exemplifies many of these same qualities. The goal in awarding this scholarship is to give the gift of education and support to a deserving, well rounded student in the Lake City, South Carolina area.
The annual scholarship award is to benefit a student seeking financial access to higher education at a two or four-year institution of higher education, or trade/vocational school.
This scholarship provides a $500 scholarship to a graduating high school senior who finished their elementary education at Theodore Lester Elementary School and has a desire to teach elementary education.
The fund seeks, in a small way, to acknowledge past racial inequities by offering an annual scholarship in perpetuity to an African-American student who is a graduating senior at Pageland Central High School.
The Ra’Shaud J. Graham Scholarship Fund was lovingly established in 2021 by Ra’Shaud’s family and friends to preserve his legacy of leadership and community service in Lake City, South Carolina and beyond while providing financial support for a deserving graduating senior of a Lake City, South Carolina high school.
In 2019, to commemorate their 25th anniversary, South East Express, Inc. in Timmonsville, SC, established a permanent endowed scholarship at Eastern Carolina Community Foundation. The award is designated for a graduating senior from Timmonsville High School in Timmonsville, SC where the company is located. In addition, South East Express also plans to sponsor a paid summer internship for the winning applicant to learn more about the company and how it impacts the quality of life in Florence County.
The scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student based on academic achievement, leadership, work ethic, and demonstration of financial need.
Members of the Wilson High School Class of 1945 established the scholarship fund with the community foundation in 2014 to support graduating seniors at Wilson High School in Florence, SC. Their desire was to provide financial support to those seeking higher education while leaving a legacy.