Take Stock in Children Scholarships

Community Support is Vital

Community support is vital to the future success of the President’s Challenge/Take Stock in Children program. Community organizations, such as the Sailfish Point Foundation pictured above, help make the college dreams of low-income, at-risk youth come true. Without the support of the caring businesses and individuals in Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee and St. Lucie counties, the President's Challenge/Take Stock in Children scholarship program would not be so successful.

Local businesses, organizations and individuals may donate money to help our children realize their dream of a college education. Through the Florida Prepaid College Foundation, the IRSC Foundation is able to purchase scholarships at a reduced rate which maximizes the impact of a gift. A single scholarship is currently $6,800, and with this matching program, a $7,500 donation becomes a $15,000 donation!

Contributions in any amount are welcome and, when combined with other donations, provide not only a scholarship but the opportunity to impact lives.

Spotlights

IRSC Scholarships

Fielden Institute for Lifelong Learning: Registration NOW Open!

IRSC Employees: Join Team IRSC 2018!

PIONEER 5K November 10th REGISTER TODAY

P. Allen Osteen, CEO of East Coast Lumber, Named 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year

2018 IRSC Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament Raises Money For Student Scholarships

Linda Hudson Named IRSC's 2018 Distinguished Alumna

Donna Sizemore Awarded 2018 Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Excellence Award

Dr. Kimberlie Massnick Named 2018 Harriett Kirk Crago Faculty of the Year

Planned Giving

IRSC Alumni Association

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