A number of our donors have a big heart for youth and have directed that their funds be used to further educational opportunities. Each year Legacy provides thousands of dollars of scholarships to deserving local students.
Legacy currently manages the following scholarships:
- American Association of University Women of Fallbrook Scholarship
- Beverly Lawson Women’s Athlete Fund
- Duke Snider Scholarship Fund
- Michael Pancner Memorial Scholarship Fund
- Ridgecrest Family Endowment Fund
- Roberta Collister Scholarship
- Wright and Jessie T. Yount Scholarship
- Juanita Walden Scholarship
If you are interested in starting your own scholarship fund or contributing to our general scholarship fund that pools the generous contributions of individuals to help deserving students in North San Diego County afford post-secondary education, please contact us at [email protected]. This embodies the phrase “there is power in numbers” as we bring our collective resources together to make a big difference.
We invite YOU to contact us to learn more about benefiting others in perpetuity, fulfilling lifelong dreams, reimagining a better future, and leaving a legacy of care.
What Our Students Say
"It's beautiful in La Jolla, and it's been so fun getting to know the area, from snorkeling, to hiking and exploring San Diego. My GPA is around a B+/A-, and even though it's been much more challenging than high school, I've thoroughly enjoyed it. At the end of this quarter, I'll have taken 11 classes, including 6 that were beyond general education requirements. It's been a really great experience getting to work on major relevant classes so early, and it's keeping me very excited for the future. I couldn't have had any of these expereiences without [scholarship] support, and every time I think about this I'm just filled with gratitude. The gifts you've provided can never be repaid, but I hope to pass them along in my future, to give other seniors the same opportunity I was given. Thank you so much for the support. It means more to me than you will ever know."