Scholarship Funds

In 2015, Debra Wilcox passed away.  Debra was the sister of Dee Wilcox, Founder & CEO of the AnnieRuth Foundation and the granddaughter of Ruth Kearney – of whom the AnnieRuth Foundation is affectionately named.

In 2019, Dee created a scholarship platform to keep her sister’s memory alive; sharing with the world how devoted Debra was to her family, her country, the arts, and empowering others to be successful.

Currently, the AnnieRuth Foundation offers nine scholarships to ease the financial burden of deserving high school seniors, from across the nation, as they transition from high school to college.  Eligibility criteria includes military, medicine, athleticism, education, law, and psychology.

The registration process for 2024 scholarship awards will remain open through June 30, 2024.  High school seniors may apply for as many scholarships as they are eligible.

JaQuon C. Reeves Scholarship Fund

– High school senior on the north side of Jacksonville
– Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
– Accepted into a four-year college or university in the US
– Serve as a mentor for younger boys
– Demonstrate athleticism at school and/or in the community

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