Virtual Gala - thank you

Thank you to everyone who joined and made the gala a huge success
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The Class of 2020! 

Together these young people have volunteered more than 10,000 hours helping the homeless, serving veterans, serving in their faith communities, volunteering with literacy programs, starting nonprofits, and so much more.

All of the students are leading in their communities and schools. Whether it's providing blankets and coats to people in need, tutoring and mentoring younger students, teaching sign language, or distributing bread to the hungry, these youth are making an impact in their communities. Read more about them here.

impact

67 scholarships and more than $70,000 in loans to youth who give back to their communities
(Click on the picture above for a short video)

Alisa's Angels recipients have volunteered tens of thousands of hours helping in their communities and around the world.

  • 100% of scholarship recipients graduated college.
  • One third are the first generation in their family.
  • > 85% still involved in their communities through volunteer work, social justice causes, or through their chosen profession. 
  • 100% of graduates employed or in graduate school.
Inspiration in challenging times

Now, perhaps more than ever, it is important to remember the good that people do. The ways we help each other and give back. Alisa's Angels supports students who make their communities better through their own selfless giving.

Alisa's Angels is dedicated to creating a ripple effect of caring throughout our communities. Inspired by Alisa who was committed to helping others, we support and empower students who are serving others.

Scholarship recipients become part of the Alisa’s Angels family, where they are empowered, encouraged and supported.

Click here to view a short video about the Ripple Effect.

Making their communities better

Alisa’s Angels scholarship recipients go through a rigorous selection process. The most important criteria is service to others. And their service is truly inspiring. They support efforts as unique and varied as each of them. Just a few examples:

- Started a nonprofit to build schools in Africa.
- Started a Tucson Chapter for the Lukemea and Lymphona Society
- Started a nonprofit to oppose bullying in middle schools.
- Served as youth leaders on state and local government civic boards
- Tutored elementary school students in STEM, civics, English and many other areas

Thank You 2020 Sponsors and Community Partners