The NaphCare Charitable Foundation Awards Scholarships for 2022 - 2023 School Year

July 1, 2022

The NaphCare Charitable Foundation has awarded 31 scholarships in the amount of $5,000.00 each to deserving students in Alabama and Kentucky.

Deanna Newton, Executive Director of the Foundation said “This year, the NaphCare Foundation has changed its scholarship guidelines to target students in financial need who are pursuing two-year Associate’s degrees or approved training programs at two-year institutions. This is a one-year renewable $5,000.00 scholarship award designed to see students through the completion of their chosen program of study. We are excited to see what these outstanding students can accomplish.”

Congratulations to the following class of 2022 seniors who were awarded a NaphCare Foundation Scholarship:

Bath County High School in Owingsville, KY

  • Maggie Elam
  • Abigail Snedegar
  • Emma Bowman
  • Clara Toy
  • Montanna Carpenter

Clements High School in Athens, AL

  • Kirstyn Lowe
  • Nancy Ann Collins

Eufaula High School in Eufaula, AL

  • Jacob Jackson
  • Jasalyn Jernigan
  • Zahria Hoskey

Franklin County Schools, AL (Tharptown, Phil Campbell, Red Bay and Belgreen High Schools)

  • David Compton
  • Blake Slepecki
  • Aleea Gaston
  • Grace-lyn Habada
  • Makenna Ables
  • Felica Campos

Menifee County High School in Frenchburg, KY

  • Brionna May
  • Wade Donathan
  • Brent Wells
  • Joseph Back

Randolph County High School in Wedowee, AL

  • Arianna Knight
  • Hailey Sears
  • Zachary Payne

Valley High School in Valley, AL

  • Camryn Downs
  • Kailey Kent
  • Parker Letson
  • Kaelynne Taunton
  • Hattie Otto

Vestavia Hills High School in Vestavia Hills, AL—Tommy Ward Memorial Scholarship

  • Calyie Basselin
  • Joseline Martinez
  • Aiden Dicaire Rupp

The NaphCare Charitable Foundation was established in 2011 for charitable, benevolent, educational, and philanthropic purposes. Our goal is to alleviate poverty by providing academic opportunities to hardworking and deserving students who demonstrate a genuine financial need and potential to grow into future leaders within their communities and beyond. “Promoting public safety and employment by reducing poverty, untreated mental illness, bias and recidivism in the United States through education and research.”