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    WHO ARE WE?!

    The Ferguson & Son Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit and educational organization founded for the sole purposes of providing scholarships to deserving students and organizing educational activities and events for children throughout the community. Since its inception in 2012, the Ferguson & Son Foundation has awarded numerous scholarships to deserving high schools students who demonstrate sound academics, the spirit of volunteerism, civic involvement, and other value adding extra-curricular activities.

    COLLEGIATE SCHOLARSHIPS

    Ke'Maria Jones - 2019 Greg & Angela Leach Scholar

    Due to diverse economic circumstances, many deserving students who are unable to attend or complete college are denied the opportunity to develop their full potential. In recognition of this need, the Ferguson & Son Scholarship Fund annually awards scholarships to deserving students attending universities located within the United States.

    The Ferguson & Son Scholarship Fund awards academic scholarships based primarily on scholarship merit, financial need, and evidence of leadership. Scholarship awards are awarded annually and paid at the beginning of the fall semester.

    STEM EDUCATION

    The Ferguson & Son Foundation is committed to exposing youth to STEM related fields. Each year we host camps for students to participate in hands-on sessions and activities focusing on mechanical, civil and electrical engineering principals. These exciting events allow students to gain exposure to science, technology, engineering and mathematics related fields while having fun!

    ACT PREPERATION

    Make a Difference in the Community

    Our ACT Preparation Program allows high school sophomore students to take advantage of a 6 week ACT Prep Program teaching them skills and strategies to maximize their ACT score. At the conclusion of the program, participants take an official ACT Test free of charge.

    Interested in joining the cause? See what you can do to make a difference in your community.