The Concord Adex Survivor Scholarship Fund
On average most survivors of human trafficking were 14 years old when their exploitation first started. While they were adults when their exploitation ended few if any have a high school diploma. Applying as mature students government loans and/or grants barely cover their basic living and educational needs.
What Your Support Means for a Survivor in Her Own Words:
“I am a survivor of Human Trafficking. I am no longer a victim. Education is so highly important to me because it is empowering to know that I can have access to resources and knowledge. To ensure a better a future and have success in my community!”
Financial support through the Concord Adex Scholarship Fund ensures survivors have a chance to succeed in their educational pursuits. It makes things just a little easier for them!
Businesses and individual donors have the ability to donate to the general Concord Adex Scholarship fund or a specific scholarship fund of a sponsoring corporation or opened offered by its sponsoring member in memory of its stated purpose.