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Scholarship Recipients Express Their Gratitude

Posted: May 25, 2023

Dozens of families have established scholarship endowments with the Georgia United Methodist Foundation in honor or memory of family members, friends, and pastors to benefit current and future generations of students. In 2022, the Foundation partnered with donors, churches, participating United Methodist-related schools, and the United Methodist Higher Education Foundation to award 38 United Methodist Dollars for Scholars scholarships valued at up to $4,000. Since 2011, the Foundation has awarded over 900 scholarships totaling nearly $800,000! Meet four scholarship recipients whose hearts overflow with gratitude.

“I would like to thank the donors for their contributions to my final year of college. The Georgia United Methodist Foundation has my appreciation and love for their constant support and prayers throughout my college experience.”
– Caleb Cesair, Reinhardt University




“As a cradle Methodist, I went to a middle and high school in Korea founded by Methodist missionaries. I deeply appreciate your generosity and will diligently work to be a minister that nurtures the next generation.”
– Inyoung Cho, Candler School of Theology



“This scholarship award is essential! College can bring financial hardship, especially for me deciding to further my education eight years after graduating high school. Your support, generosity, and selflessness are valued.”
– Brittney Daniel, Paine College




“This scholarship has been vital to my family. By your giving, seminarians continue leading with the love of Christ and faithfully following God’s grace. May you know your gifts and sharing are not taken for granted.”
– Asti White, Candler School of Theology