EDUCATION & LITERACY
We believe education can change the trajectory of a child's life and show them what is possible outside of their present circumstances.
The purpose of the Karen Dale Foundation Education & Literacy Program is to provide resources needed to help students expand their knowledge and advance their education.
We Provide Support For:
Children in grades K - 12, in both the US and the Caribbean.
Graduating High School Seniors in the US who are of Caribbean heritage, will be attending a 4-Year College or University, and will be pursuing a degree in the Health Care, Medical, or related fields.
College Students in the US who are from the Caribbean, plan on returning to their island home, and are pursuing degrees in the Health Care, Medical, or related fields.
Our Program Goals:
Provide School Supplies
Provide Technology and Other Equipment
Help to Establish and/or Improve Libraries in Schools
Support In-School Food Pantries
Provide Scholarships/Grants for Educational Purposes
Program Projects & Activities
Partnership with St. Ann's Bay Primary School, St. Ann, Jamaica
CICA Scholarship 2021
We are once again partnering with the Caribbean International Cultural Association (CICA) in their Annual Scholarship Program. The Application period for 2021 is now open. All applications must be postmarked by April 16th, 2021.
The Program is open to High School Seniors who are in the Charlotte, NC area, of Caribbean descent, and planning on pursuing an Undergraduate Degree full-time. KDF provides additional scholarship awards to students who meet CICA's criteria AND are also planning to major in the Health Care, Medical, or related fields. Click here for the CICA Application and more details.