Jake was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma on the right Tibia in 2009 at the age of 12. He underwent nine months of chemotherapy, plus amputation of a leg. "Jake felt he could over come this" and he received a robotic leg. Pushing forward, he found snowboarding as a passion. He continued to do well in school despite missing a year in junior high school, all of his hard work paid off when he received an acceptance letter at San Francisco State. He is now a freshman there. Congratulations to Jake!
Austin was diagnosed at the age of 9 with Precursor B Cell acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). He completed treatment as of July 2009. He frequently speaks at foundation events, including radio-thons, golf tournaments, and speaking to patients and their families. For the past three years Austin has been performing the National Anthem with his saxophone at the High School All-American Baseball Classic in San Diego. Proceeds from the game benefit Rady Children's Hospital. Austin has also been recognized as a Miracle Maker raising $5000 or more annually for the hospital. Austin is an inspiration to all and now is attending UCLA. Congratulations to Austin!
The Friends of Scott Foundation (Friends to Children With Cancer) offers a scholarship each year to cancer patients currently on treatment or to survivors. Education was important to Scott. It was his dream to attend the University of Notre Dame. In his memory FSF offers a scholarship program for individuals who have been diagnosed with childhood cancer. We realize the importance of continuing education and know that pursuing this goal is difficult when given a life-threatening diagnosis.
Our scholarship program is designed to provide funding to survivors who want to continue their education through technical school, vocational school, junior college, or a four-year college or university. For more information on how to apply for the FSF scholarship, please send an e-mail to Barbara Bailey.
The Friends of Scott Foundation Scott Delgadillo College Scholarship will be awarded to a cancer patient or cancer survivor based on financial need and personal hardship. The Scott Delgadillo College Scholarship Committee will select the recipient.
Applicants must be:
Applications are reviewed and evaluated by the Scott Delgadillo College Scholarship Committee. All selections made by the committee are final.
Application packet must be postmarked no later than August 31, 2016. Only include items requested. Do not staple your documents.
Please mail your application to:
Friends of Scott Foundation
Scott Delgadillo College Scholarship Fund
6977 Navajo Rd #168
San Diego, CA 92119
Scholarship funds may be used for education related expenses, including tuition, books, school supplies, room and board, or transportation.
Scholarships will be awarded October 1st, 2016.