To The Aaron Bonner FoundationWe are delighted to welcome you to the Aaron Bonner Foundation website. We are especially proud of the way our Aaron Bonner Scholars have used the benefits of our Foundation to sculpt their own visions of success and accomplishments at Howard University and beyond. The Aaron Bonner Foundation (a public 501(c)3 charity) is designed to benefit academically-talented, highly motivated high school seniors who have demonstrated financial need, social commitment and leadership potential. AB Scholars are students whose records reveal leadership. Equally important, their backgrounds indicate strong social concern for their immediate or larger communities. They are young people who will use their success to help in meaningful ways both as members of their own communities and society as a whole. We invite you to peruse our website to learn more about our programs and be inspired by the accomplishments of our outstanding AB Scholars.
The Aaron Bonner Foundation is a public 501(c)3 charity established for the purpose of allocating post-secondary scholarship monies and grants to individuals who have overcome life altering circumstances.
Since 2012, The Aaron Bonner Foundation has dedicated it's services to:
1. Finding and recognizing both high school, college, and vocational students with exceptional leadership potential who are committed to serving their community.
2. Providing them with financial support for undergraduate study as well as fellowship with other students who are committed to making a difference.
To honor our namesake's relentless fight against cancer, Aaron Bonner Foundation is committed to:
- Providing scholarships for young cancer survivors, giving them a new purpose and meaning in life and enable them to continue their college education.
- Providing emotional support, and motivate young cancer survivors and channel their thoughts and aspirations to a healthy and productive future.
- Supports efforts to save lives through cancer research to find more effective treatments and the cure - to win the fight against cancer.
- Supporting young cancer survivors to become volunteers themselves, give others courage and develop a strong willpower to continue their fight with cancer.