DONALD L. SAFFOLD, SR
Our founder's father, Rev. Donald L. Saffold, Sr., believed that having access to continuing education opportunities is extremely important for Black youth. He worked hard to make sure that his children had the opportunity to attend college, if they chose to do so.
Rev. Saffold led a life of service to his community, and considered it an honor to serve God's people in various ways. He passed away in November 2020, but his legacy lives on through his children, and through those that he inspired during his life.
Established in November 2020, the scholarship fund will provide educational awards to high school seniors in the Greater Kansas City area.
Student must be a Black teen.
Student must be a high school senior in the Greater Kansas City Area.
Student must be planning to attend a trade school, college/university, or career program during the calendar year.
Scholarships will be awarded to students who currently serve in their "village" (community) and/or have future plans to use their educational experience to do so.
Funds will be distributed directly to the recipient's school of choice for the next enrolled semester.
2021 Scholarship Recipients
How To Give To The Fund
We are a 501c3 designated organization, so your gift is tax deductible.
Send your gift (up to $250) by clicking the yellow "Donate" button, and designate your gift to the scholarship fund.
Sponsor A Village Scholar- Sponsorships start at $250.
If you're interested in sponsoring, please fill out this form to view the sponsorship package levels and incentives.