Saraland-Satsuma Community Education Advisory Council, Inc. d/b/a Saraland-Satsuma-Chickasaw Scholarship Foundation
Giving Need & Merit Based Scholarships to Seniors
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. I’m a Scholarship Winner.  How do I get my check each year? How to get annual scholarship check in the amount of $500.00. TOTAL VALUE OF THE SCHOLARSHIP IS $2000/$500 per year payable to recipient at the END of each college year. 1. Proof of grades (minimum 2.5 GPA) must be presented to Barbara Scarbrough, Treasurer,for collection of Funds. 2. Proof of full time student (minimum of 12 credit hours). DISQUALIFICATION:  If scholarship recipient does not contact Barbara Scarbrough for two consecutive years then you will be disqualified for any additional scholarship money. HOW TO CONTACT BARBARA SCARBROUGH 6580 Red Oaks Lane, Saraland, AL 36571 Home Phone: 251-675-4918 Cell Phone: 251-610-5056 Email: <barbaraens@bellsouth.net> 2. How does it work? Saraland-Satsuma Community Education Advisory Committee, Inc. awards scholarships to needy students with good grades and community service.  Our source of income is donations of corporations and individuals. 3. Is there a minimum donation? You can give as little as $1. 4. What kind of schools do you serve? Public and private schools in Mobile County, Alabama.  We currently serve students in Saraland High School, Satsuma High School and Chickasaw High School. 5.  Are donations tax-deductible? As a 501 (c)3 charity, donations are tax deductible to the full extent of US law.  Our federal tax # is 63-1189134. 6. What’s your mission? Saraland-Satsuma Community Education Advisory Committee, Inc. engages the public by giving people and corporations a personal way to help needy students pay for college. We envision a community where all students have a college education option.
Joey Summers Memorial Foundation  June 6, 1972 to March 7, 1998