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Davis College Foundation

The Davis College Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit entity dedicated to creating opportunities for individuals and organizations to provide resources that enhance the education of Davis College students.

The Foundation operates exclusively for charitable and educational purposes to provide financial resources to assist Davis College students in their pursuit of higher education.

The Davis College Foundation is committed to helping Davis College students who want to better themselves so as to better their communities.

Scholarships

Davis College Foundation Merit Scholarship
The Davis College Foundation Merit Scholarship isawarded to Davis College students who are enrolled in an associate degree or a diploma program, attendingfull-time (12 hours or more), exhibit outstandingacademic achievement, and demonstratecommunity involvement.

The scholarship amount is $1500 for students enrolled in an associate degree program and $750 for students enrolled in a diploma program. It may be applied to tuition, books and supplies. 

Sharon Lynn Monday Memorial Scholarship
The Sharon Lynn Monday Memorial Scholarship was created in honor of 2001 Davis College graduate, Sharon Lynn Monday. Sharon passed away on January 5, 2009 following a courageous fight against leukemia.

The scholarship amount is $1500 for students enrolled in an associate degree program and may be applied to tuition, books and supplies. 

Thomas Bulone Memorial Scholarship
The Thomas Bulone Memorial Scholarship was created in honor of Tom Bulone, friend of Davis College and husband of Mary Ryan-Bulone. He passed away on October 15, 2011, following an aggressive battle with multiple myeloma. Because Tom was such a family-oriented person and loved his Davis family, the scholarship is awarded to a student who has had a parent, sibling, or child with cancer. 

The scholarship amount is $1000 and may be applied to tuition, books and supplies. 

Initiatives

Rock-A-Thon
Every summer Davis College rocks! The Rock-A-Thon is an opportunity for Davis College supporters to come together to raise proceeds and awareness for local veterans and the Davis College Foundation scholarship fund. The twelve-hour "rock-a-thon" where "rockers" in rocking chairs raise money by securing pledges for each hour of rocking. The event begins at 6:00 a.m.  Throughout the day business partners, friends of Davis College, and local celebrities join the Davis College students, faculty and staff to support our military veterans and the Davis College Foundation. 

Mark your calendar, our next Rock-A-Thon is July 10, 2019. Call (419) 473-2700 if you would like to become a Davis Rocker.

Trash to Treasure (to Scholarships)
As the old saying goes, "One person's trash is another person's treasure." Trash to Treasure (to Scholarships) is an annual parking lot sale where donated items can be purchased with all proceeds supporting the Davis College Foundation scholarship fund. That old comic book collection or toaster could help provide financial assistance for a Davis College student. Call (419) 473-2700 if you would like to donate items to be sold.

Mark your calendar, Trash to Treasure to Scholarships is on Friday, September 14, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

AmazonSmile
The Davis College Foundation is now registered with AmazonSmile. Your Amazon purchases can help build the Davis College Foundation Scholarship Fund. Follow this link to get started: AmazonSmile.

Board of Directors

Sue Frownfelter, President
Area Director
Young Life of Genesee County

Linda Knepp, Secretary/Treasurer
Board of Revision Hearing Officer
Lucas County Auditor

Julie Leggett
Vice-President of Interiors
Modern Builders Supply, Inc. 

Shari Munch, PhD
Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Rutgers University

Shawn Orr
Interim Department Chairperson for Communication Studies;
Director of the Center for Innovation & Teaching Excellence
Ashland University 

Mobirise
Address

4747 Monroe Street                     
Toledo, OH 43623

Contacts

Email: info@daviscollegefoundation.org                     
Phone: (419) 473-2700                     
Fax: (419) 473-2472