OUR DONORS

The Reston Scholarship Fund at the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia is grateful for and dependent upon contributions from Reston companies and neighbors who believe in our South Lakes High School students and want to see them realize their full potential. Our goal is to award annual scholarships to colleges/universities/Career and Technical Education Programs worth up to $16,000 over the course of six years to ten graduating SLHS seniors, based on need and achievement of a 2.75 GPA or higher.  We are currently awarding scholarships to 31 SLHS graduates!

Corporate Donors

John Marshall Bank

Individual Donors

Gil and Liz Blankespoor

Juliet, Tom, and Ruby Blankespoor
Kevin and Lisa Blankespoor

Marilyn Bursch

Aubrey Bursch

Harold Bursch

Jennifer and Ron Campbell

Glen and Maria Corso
Drene and Doug DeGood

James Flaherty

Liz and David Flemming

Barbara Gems and Robert Hitlin
MaryAnn Hoadley
Rylan and Carl Hutzler

Kathleen Kelley
Sandra Laeser

Lake Thoreau Entertainment
Joy Meyers
Roz Rakoff

Paul and Mary Renard
Mary and Stephen Sapp

Amy Shaw

Nancy and John Thomas
Anonymous

 

WAYS TO CONTRIBUTE

Please, browse our donor options and make a contribution today!

Online

Use your credit card, Paypal, and other digital payment gateways by clicking on the “Donate Online” box below.

By Mail

Please make checks payable to: 

CFNOVA/Reston Scholarship Fund

2940 Hunter Mill Road, Suite 201, Oakton VA 22124

 

Scholarships in honor/memory of a loved one for donations of $4000 or more:

If you would like to honor or remember a loved one, we will gladly name a student the “The John Doe Scholar” as long as she/he is receiving funding from RSF.

For further information, please contact us at info@restonscholarship.org or 703-620-6060.

 

DONATE NOW

Thank you for your contribution!

Every dollar goes directly to our scholarships — and our scholarships only.

Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Tax ID # 51-0232459.

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