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The Tomorrow Fund for Hispanic Students (of N.C.)
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Meet a few of our scholarship recipients - 2015.
 
 
WE DID IT!!! The Tomorrow Fund has raised more than $35,000 just 21 days into our March Matching Challenge! Thank you to all the donors!
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WE DID IT!!! The Tomorrow Fund has raised more than $35,000 just 21 days into our March Matching Challenge! Thank you to all the donors!
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Opening the doors to higher educations for Hispanics in North Carolina.
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In their circles
122 people
Have them in circles
184 people
SinFines deLucro's profile photo
Efrén Jaquez González's profile photo
CertMagic.com's profile photo
Jacques Daniel Labelle's profile photo
Celeste Wroblewski's profile photo
Yun Cheng's profile photo
DI Peter Steiner's profile photo
Tracy Delaney's profile photo
Simone Veldema's profile photo
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Opening the doors to education for Hispanic students in N.C.
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The Fund  
The Tomorrow Fund is held at the Triangle Community Foundation in Durham, N.C. 
It was launched in 2009 by an immigrant couple in response to the growing number of Hispanic/Latino college students from low income families needing tuition assistance. 
The grant seeks to provide annually renewable scholarships through a student's undergraduate education. 

The Tomorrow Fund is a scholarship fund and makes grants directly to North Carolina post-secondary institutions to be used solely for Hispanic immigrant students in financial need. It was a donor-advised fund for its first two years. In order to allow more contact with student recipients, the fund is converting to a scholarship fund at the end of 2011.
The fund seeks to bridge the financial aid gap Hispanic students face after all other possible financial assistance has been applied.  
Institutions apply on behalf of Hispanic students (perhaps not yet enrolled) at their schools.
Institutions must also provide some level of financial assistance to the students.