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Sips for Scholarships 2016

Dear CSFB Friends:

Thank you all so much for coming out Tuesday night to Brew House No. 16 to support Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore!

Thanks to you, we raised more than $7,000 in tickets, tips and sponsorship from our corporate partner, Venable LLP. That is enough funding to support CSFB scholarships for up to four low-income children in Baltimore City to attend K-8th grade at the independent school of their choice-Thank you!

Competition was fierce but Brewhouse Angels (Kate Powell, Laura Davis and Elizabeth Massing) raised the most followed by 3 Men and a Scholarship (Rick Corcoran, Jr., Sean Bennett and Mark Terranova). Ale-ing for CSFB (Sophia Marquez-Wallace, Renee Guckert and Jamila Sams) made a valiant effort and helped us exceed our goal.

For more than 15 years, CSFB has believed in a simple mission: we can improve educational opportunities for children of low-income Baltimore City families by providing partial scholarships without regard to race, ethnicity, or religious belief. Our model of providing partial-tuition scholarships to low-income families is one of the simplest, most immediate and effective ways to educate children and empower families to break the cycle of poverty. And it works: 97% of CSFB students graduate from high school and 84% go on to attend college.

From volunteering to donating, learn more about how you can impact CSFB and families in need.

On behalf of the board and staff, thank you for your support!

Kate Powell
Chair, Board of Trustees
Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore

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