October 17, 2021

Education Aid, Inc. is looking for Donors to Contribute to a Scholarship Fund for Victims of Hurricane Sandy!

Corporate and Individual Sponsors can Help Victims of Hurricane Sandy Benefit from Innovative Scholarship Program

Park Ridge, NJ – (November 8, 2012) Education Aid, Inc. is looking for both corporate and individual sponsors for their Holiday Dinner Fundraiser that will be held in Fort Lee, NJ on December 13, 2012. Contributions will go to a general scholarship fund for victims of Hurricane Sandy; or Sponsors can fund a scholarship program themselves that will go to victims of Hurricane Sandy.

About the Fundraiser
The goal of the Holiday Dinner, in conjunction with the 50/50 Cash Raffle, is to fund Education Aid’s initiatives and our Support a Student Scholarship Program. This year we are looking for sponsors to contribute to a general scholarship fund for victims of Hurricane Sandy; or to sponsor a scholarship program themselves that will go to victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Education Aid makes education accessible to many students who would otherwise be unable to afford to attend school. For these disadvantaged students, getting the job training they need, or earning a college degree begins with the contributions made today. Our scholarship programs start at $5,000 and can provide support for a semester, year, or through graduation.

Platinum Level Sponsorships start at $5,000 and sponsors get to brand to their own custom scholarship program.

Other Sponsorships: For information on our other levels of sponsorship or how you can contribute, please contact Karyn Balfour at    kbalfour@educationaid.org

For more information about the Fundraiser go to: www.educationaid.org/holidaydinner

About Education Aid, Inc.
It is the mission of Education Aid to change the lives of students around the country by providing them with the financial support they need to complete their education. This is done through the Support a Student Scholarship Program. Participants of this Program will have payments made on their behalf for non-tuition related expenses that are not being covered by their current financial aid amounts. Many economically disadvantaged students do not receive enough financial support to pay for such expenses and ultimately end up dropping out of school. This Program was created to identify these students and provide them with the financial support necessary to enable them to complete their degrees. You can read more about Education Aid at: www.educationaid.org