BLESSED TO BE A BLESSING
We are dedicated to assisting young people with their quest for higher education
Support Navy Veteran Luke McCollum and the exceptional US Naval Academy Class of 1983 members as they embark on an extraordinary cycling journey from Seattle to Annapolis.
This endeavor goes far beyond a physical challenge—it embodies the values the US Naval Academy instilled. It aims to impact the lives of fellow veterans, their families, and other underrepresented students.
By contributing to their cause, you directly assist students from vulnerable communities in need by helping establish an education endowment that provides vital resources for their post-secondary education. Let's honor veterans' service, inspire future generations, and ensure underrepresented students access the education they deserve, empowering them to overcome barriers and become resilient leaders.
Your generous donation makes a tangible difference.
Join Luke McCollum and his fellow veterans in this remarkable journey by supporting their cause today.
Until The Ride Begins
WHO WE ARE
The CC Taylor Foundation, inspired by faith-led military veterans, family, and friends, envisions a brighter future through philanthropic endeavors. Our vision includes transforming lives, unleashing potential, and strengthening communities. We honor the selfless service of the late Reverend Charlie E. and Cinderella S. Taylor Sr., fostering a world of boundless opportunities.
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Meet Taranique Brown
"The CC Taylor Foundation Scholarship assisted me by covering the costs of the required books that I needed during my freshman year for both semesters. Books can be quite expensive, but because of the CC Taylor Foundation Scholarship, I didn't have to worry about paying for them out of pocket.
Scholarships are VERY beneficial in helping cover the costs of school. I highly encourage all high school seniors to apply for as many scholarships as possible, because scholarships are the reason I will graduate from college debt-free."